rare William IV silver Windsor Castle Vinaigrette

Edwin Jones, Birmingham, 1836




The rectangular hinged lid intricately chased and engraved with the

rare southwest view of Windsor Castle, the Thames in the foreground,

opening to a gilt interior with floral and foliate pierced and engraved grille,

the sides with a row of zig-zag engine turning sided by stylized upright acanthus leaves,

the interior grille bordered also with simplified and stylized acanthus leaves;

the verso engine turned centering a bordered rectangle engraved ?Emmeline?;

both lid and base marked with maker's marks EJ,

the base with Birmingham, date letter N, the cover with additional marks of William IV, lion passant


Provenance : Upon Request


Condition : Excellent; the grill with a very minor bend upper right; no breaks or repairs; hinges in good order

two areas in the stippled sky of hand rubbing; some stubborn spots of old silver polish in the interior corners


1-5/8" Long x 1-1/8" Deep x ½ High / 1 oz.






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Front view



Back view showing hinges



Marks Base



Marks Lid



Study of Windsor Castle, 1855,

 Sanford Robinson Gifford / Private Collection







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 Rare William IV Silver Vinaigrette, Edwin Jones, Birmingham, 1836, Windsor Castle