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A very rare 'Bouncing Ball' Vinaigrette made circa 1810 almost certainly of Cocks & Bettridge of Birmingham.


The Vinaigrette is modelled as a Bouncing Ball and is decoarted with a central reeded band. The top and bottom is pierced with roundels and is engraved with unusual wriggle work designs. The central section unscrews so that the sponge can be inserted. Although unmarked, this rare design of Vinaigrette was made in the workshops of Cocks and Bettridge and examples are extremely rare. This piece is in excellent condition.

Diameter: 0.8 inches, 2cm.