A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818; together with an assortment of other items   (11)
Lot 14
A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818; together with an assortment of other items (11)
Sold for £687 (US$ 1,154) inc. premium
Auction Details
A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818; together with an assortment of other items   (11) A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818   (11) A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818   (11) A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818   (11) A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818   (11) A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818   (11)
Lot Details
A George III silver-gilt vinaigrette
by John Shaw, Birmingham probably 1818
In the form of a pocket watch, the cover embellished with fruiting vines and engine-turned central circular reserve and opening to reveal a pierced foliate grille, with ring attachment; together with a Victorian blue and white coloured-glass scent bottle, the silver screw lid unmarked, a mother of pearl and silver pocket knife, by Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield 1881, a silver fret-cut boar dressed as a countryman, by Frederick James Ross, London 1920, a silver photo frame, by Sydney & Co, Birmingham 1917, plain rectangular form, a Victorian silver-mounted cut-glass container, by William Comyns & Sons, London 1897, compressed form, the cover profusely chased with scrolling foliage, a Victorian silver card case, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1873, rectangular form with hinged lid, engraved with fruiting vines, foliage and strapwork-like bands, and four thimbles, two, Chester, the other two, unmarked, height of frame 24.6cm, weight total 5oz. (11)
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