small georgian silver vinaigrette by samuel pemberton birmingham 1818

SMALL GEORGIAN SILVER VINAIGRETTE BY SAMUEL PEMBERTON, BIRMINGHAM 1818


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

DEC78

Description

This exquisite George III silver vinaigrette was made in 1818 by the very collectable Samuel Pemberton, a renowned Birmingham toy maker *. It is a small example, small vinaigrettes are very sought-after, showcasing the minutiae of the work of these illustrious Birmingham silversmiths.
Of canted curved rectangular form, with bright-cut decorations to the front, back and sides.
Vacant reserve.
Drilled grille and gilt interior.
Hallmarks:
SP for Samuel Pemberton.
Date letter "u" for 1818.
Birmingham Assay mark.
Lion Passant.
Duty mark.
Condition:
Very good.
Good hinge on both vinaigrette and grille.
Good clear hallmarks.
Dimensions:
2cm x 1.5cm.
* from the late 18th to early 19th Century, Birmingham was the centre for the making of “toys”: small decorative objects from silver. They were produced in small family businesses and factories throughout Birmingham. They made a range of items including patch boxes, nutmeg graters, buckles, caddy spoons, vinaigrettes, snuff boxes and babies rattles.
Postage UK: £7 Special delivery next day.
Postage overseas: £10 International Signed For.
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Internal Ref: DEC78


Dimensions

Height = 0.5 cm (0")
Width = 2 cm (1")
Depth = 1.5 cm (1")



This item is SOLD and is no longer available to purchase.

* This item has been sold, though you can still email the seller if you wish



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