Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
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  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey
  • Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey

Silver William IV Castle Top Vinaigrette Depicting Newstead Abbey

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A William IV silver castle top vinaigrette depicting Newstead Abbey with gilt interior and pierced scroll and floral hinged grill. (1839)

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A very good rectangular antique William IV silver castle top vinaigrette depicting Newstead Abbey with gilt interior and pierced scroll and floral hinged grill. The base has engine turned decoration with a scroll border and an initialised cartouche. Made by Taylor & Perry

Newstead Abbey, in Nottinghamshire, England, was formerly an Augustinian priory. Converted to a domestic home following the Dissolution of the Monasteries, it is now best known as the ancestral home of Lord Byron. Visit the Newstead Abbey website.

VIN-32194

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Maker
Taylor & Perry, Birmingham
Date
1839
Height
0.6cm (0.25")
Width
3.8cm (1.5")
Depth
2.5cm (1")
Weight
26g
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