C1780, RARE ANTIQUE 18thC GEORGIAN SOLID SILVER BALL FORM VINAIGRETTE POMANDER. A scarce antique solid silver vinaigrette or pomander ball. Dating to the late 18th Century, circa 1780. The solid sterling silver ball unscrews from the mid section, and was used as a pomander or vinaigrette, containing a scented wax ball. The outer surface is decorated with a hand chased wrigglework design around perforations to both sides.
Unmarked silver, as is common for small items of silver of this age. In good antique condition, without damage or restoration, the thread working well.Please see the images provided which complement this description. If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to ask and we will be happy to help.
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The seller is "phoenixchild0" and is located in Winchester. This item can be shipped worldwide.