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|A China Trade handbag-shaped vinaigrette with Chinese figures embossed, by KMS circa 1850. A later piece with this mark + '90' is tentatively attributed to KWONG MAN SHING of Hong Kong and Canton (1875-1925).
|A pair of vinaigrettes with flag grilles Birmingham, 1806 by Joseph Wilmore (one is maker's mark only). Both are engraved 'The Gift of TWY'.
|A Scottish vinaigrette with moss-agate top and floral grille by RH (twice) circa 1830, probably for Richard Haxton, Edinburgh.
|A tortoiseshell-covered vinaigrette mounted in gold with a concealed compartment unmarked circa 1810.
|A circular vinaigrette with pull-out grille, circa 1790 by John Adams of Exeter (maker's mark only).
John Adams was a smallworker, active between 1780-1806
|An engine-turned vinaigrette, Birmingham 1833 by Nathaniel Mills with floral grille .
|A vinaigrette with embossed floral decoration, by Lea and Company, Birmingham 1820.
|4310||A good silver-gilt and engine-turned vinaigrette with floral grille made in London in 1836 by Edward Edwards (the grille also bears his mark and the lion passant).
|A silver-gilt watch-shaped vinaigrette with engine-turned decoration and grille pierced in lozenges , Birmingham 1825, Lea and Company.
|A glass and silver vinaigrette of unusual construction, the hinged swivelling silver closure struck with a single punch R , circa 1800.
|A book-shaped vinaigrette with a flag grille Birmingham, 1806 by Joseph Wilmore.
|A vinaigrette with a shamrock, rose and thistle motif engraved on to the lid and pierced into the grille, by Lockwood and Douglas, London 1800-1. The decoration may refer to the Act of Union between Ireland and Great Britain in 1801.
|A brightcut vinaigrette made in Birmingham in 1823 by John Betteridge.
|A small engraved vinaigrette with vacant cartouche, Birmingham circa 1840 (no date letter was ever applied) by Francis Clarke.
|An oval ribbed lodereindoosje, Dutch, 1823.
|A small rectangular purse-shaped vinaigrette, Birmingham 1816 by Samuel Pemberton.