An early Victorian silver-gilt castle-top vinaigrette depicting Warwick Castle
by Taylor & Perry, Birmingham 1843
Rectangular form with raised foliate rim, the sides and base with engraved engine-turning, the grille pierced with foliate scrolls, length 4.5cm, together with a William IV silver-gilt example, by Thomas Shaw, Birmingham 1833, curved rectangular form, the body bright-engraved with flowers and beaded rims, the cover with central rectangular reserve, the cast grille pierced with floral scrolls, length 3.5cm, weight total 1.5oz. (2)
- Please note the castle top viniagrette is Kenilworth Castle not Warwick castle.