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William IV Windsor Castle top vinaigrette Birmingham 1837 Nathaniel Mills

A William IV vinaigrette with 'Windsor Castle top' and fancy pierced grille made in Birmingham in 1837 by Nathaniel Mills. The body, lid and grille all carry hallmarks and the base is engraved {MM de AS}.

Price: £1550.00

Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. Since its foundation by William the Conqueror in the 11th century it has been home to 40 monarchs and since 1917 has given its name to the Royal family of Great Britain.


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