A George III silver vinaigrette having flower-head engraving...

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A George III silver vinaigrette having flower-head engraving framing a vacant hinged cartouche to the hinged cover opening to the further hinged pierced grill, hallmarked I T, Birmingham 1813, together with a 1940's silver snuff box having a personal engraving to the hinged cover, Birmingham 1939, plus a further continental silver snuff box, having a ribbed exterior with a vacant oval cartouche to the hinged cover, indistinct marks including possible Minerva head or similar, 6.5 cm. (3).
Each is in overall poor condition with knocks, dents and wear throughout. Vinaigrette possibly with a later grill, the hinge is slightly loose and hallmarks are worn and distorted. English snuff box with heavy wear and rubbing to the engraving hallmarks legible excluding the maker's mark. Continental snuff box is heavily worn and tarnished with few dents and the cover is very stiff.

Auction Date:
24th Oct 16 at 10am BST
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24th Oct 2016 10am BST (Lots 1 to 931)