A George III plain rectangular silver vinaigrette, possibly by Thomas Holland, 1802, with canted corners, gilt lined, 3cm, an Edwardian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1902, inscribed, a large Victorian oval silver locket, Birmingham 1881, the hinged front with foliate and lozenge bands, another similar, the hinged front embossed with flowerheads and leaves, the back with leaf scrolls, a small Victorian rectangular silver box, makers mark G W D, Birmingham 1880, with ring attachment, monogramed and other items.
Lot 379
A George III plain rectangular silver vinaigrette, possibly by Thomas Holland, 1802, with canted corners, gilt lined, 3cm, an Edwardian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1902, inscribed, a large Victorian oval silver locket, Birmingham 1881, the hinged front with foliate and lozenge bands, another similar, the hinged front embossed with flowerheads and leaves, the back with leaf scrolls, a small Victorian rectangular silver box, makers mark G W D, Birmingham 1880, with ring attachment, monogramed and other items.
Sold for £500 (US$ 839) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Oxford
31 Oct 2012 10:00 GMT

Auction 19848
Lot Details
A George III plain rectangular silver vinaigrette,

possibly by Thomas Holland, 1802, with canted corners, gilt lined, 3cm, an Edwardian silver vesta case, Birmingham 1902, inscribed, a large Victorian oval silver locket, Birmingham 1881, the hinged front with foliate and lozenge bands, another similar, the hinged front embossed with flowerheads and leaves, the back with leaf scrolls, a small Victorian rectangular silver box, makers mark G W D, Birmingham 1880, with ring attachment, monogramed and other items.
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    Specialist - Collectors General
    Bonhams
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    Banbury Road
    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
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