Early Victorian silver vinaigrette, Joseph Wilmore, 1841
A superb Victorian silver vinaigrette made in Birmingham in 1841 by Joseph Wilmore. The exterior is engraved with swirls and engine turning, there is a cartouch with engraved initials. The interior is gilded with a little corrosion and there are a full set of hallmarks. The grill is silver gilt with part hallmarks and has a fret cut design of a statue and swirls. The hinge is tight and the lid closes with a click, overall in very good condition.
WEIGHT; 19grams or 0.6ozst
W: 2.3cm (0.9")H: 1cm (0.4")L: 3.5cm (1.4")
19th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901)