Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield, 1831-36







A good pair of silver bottle stoppers, the finials a cast grape vine stem with finely stippled leaves and grapes,

surmounting silver screws and marked disk-form silver bases; the tops with maker's mark, lion passant,

Sheffield mark, and George IV mark; the bases with maker's mark, William IV mark and lion passant


Note: each individual cork, if desired, can be threaded onto the long screw.


Condition: Right example with loss of three small grapes at rim (visible in image #2); otherwise excellent

all marks crisp; some very light rubbing to the edges of stippled leaves; screws of slightly differing lengths


2-3/8" and 2-1/8" High with present corks / 1.2 oz. (including corks)







Marks Left Example



Marks Right Example


This stopper, and the pair listed en suite below, are constructed with a long screw that threads through the cork of

choice, attaching to the base-marked silver buttons .  These stoppers are very rare, most dating much later in the

19th and 20th centuries. 


CLICK for an additional identical Stopper, Shown below:




William IV Silver Bottle Stopper

en suite with the above

Henry Wilkinson & Co, Sheffield, 1831-1836


The finial a cast grape vine stem with leaves and grapes, the leaves finely stippled

2” High / .0665 oz.  





We welcome and encourage all inquiries.  We will make every attempt to answer any questions you might have.


 For information, call (901) 761-1163 or (901) 827-4668 or email mfcreech@bellsouth.net 


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