SOLD! for $288.00.
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Five (5) small silver vertu boxes. 1st item: George III sterling silver vinaigrette, rectangular form with cut corners, slightly domed hinged lid and bright cut foliate decoration, hallmarks for London, Sterling, maker's mark SP (possibly Samuel Pemberton), no date mark, circa 1800. Light wear to engraved design; monogram worn illegible. 2nd item: Small silver vinaigrette or nutmeg grater, rectangular form with rounded corners and hinged reeded top, no hallmarks, monogram TDM. Early 19th century. 3rd item: Small heart shaped box with hinged lid, repousse decoration of courting couple, cherub and angel. Rubbed Continental marks to underside, possibly Hanau, mid 19th century. 4th item: Small hinged silver box with allover ribbed decoration and domed lid, rubbed hallmarks to lid and base, possibly French. Condition: 1/2" dent to side, scattered small dents. 5th item: Continental silver compact with foliate scroll engraved decoration, marked .800 with other illegible mark. Sizes range from 1/3" H x 1 1/4" W x 3/4" D (smallest vinagrette) to 1/2" H x 3" square (compact). CONDITION: All items very good condition except as noted in description.