Sampson Mordan & Co., London, 1872




Of large size and quite heavy gauge silver, the curved silver hunting horn
with a hinged cover set with a gilt George III token within a stylized anthemion type border,

opening to a gilt interior with hinged pierced floral and foliate grill,

the small end of the horn with screw top opening to a scent flask,

the exterior with three silver bands and attached suspensory chain, a small loop to the detaching scent lid


Marks :

Fully marked to the body side;

the vinaigrette lid verso with maker’s mark, lion passant, date mark and registry lozenge,

grill verso with maker’s mark, and interior vinaigrette base with maker’s mark and lion passant;

the scent lid with maker’s mark, date mark and lion passant


Condition : Excellent, with minor wear appropriate to age and usage;

some resistant tarnish; hinges and closures in good order;

images oversized for inspection


3” Long / 1.2 oz.


Price : Please Inquire








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Victorian Silver Hunting Horn Vinaigrette & Scent Flask with Silver Chain & Dependent Loop, Sampson Mordan, 1872