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Hallmarked in Birmingham, 1836 by Gervais Wheeler, this attractive antique Victorian Sterling Silver vinaigrette is prettily engraved on both sides and has a gilt interior and grill. The vinaigrette measures 1.3" (3.4cm) long, is 1.0" (2.5cm) deep and 0.3" (0.8cm) high.
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Hallmarked in London, 1836 by Charles Fox, this gorgeous William IV Antique, Sterling Silver Christening Mug has beautiful applied flower and leaf detailing around the body and a fine detailed acanthus handle. The curved rim base also features applied leaf touches. The inside of this christening mug has been gilded. The mug measures 4"(10cm) high, 4"(10cm) from handle to edge and it weighs 4.92 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked in London in 1836 by Thomas Dicks, this Antique, Victorian, Sterling Silver Box is very plain in form with a gold gilt interior. The box is 5.25 inches (13cm) wide, 3.25 inches (8cm) deep, 1.25 inches (3cm) high and weighs 8.2 troy oz (255gm).
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Hallmarked in London in 1836 by Benjamin Stephens, this impressive, William IV Antique, Sterling Silver 3 Piece Tea Set, has a melon shaped body chased with scenes depicting pheasants in woodland, and acanthus and scroll work. The set features acanthus borders and stands on shell, scroll and acanthus feet. The finial of the teapot is also modelled as a pheasant. Both the cream and sugar have gilt interiors. The teapot measures 11"(28cm) handle to spout, 9"(23cm) tall and 7”(18cm) in diameter. The sugar bowl is 9"(23cm) handle to handle, 5"(12.5cm) tall and 5”(13cm) in diameter. The cream jug is 7"(18cm) handle to spout, 4.5”(11cm) tall and 4.5"(11.5cm) in diameter. Together, the tea set weighs 56 troy ounces.
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