Pretty unusual early Victorian silver Pepperette hallmarked London 1839 by Charles Fox

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A thoroughly pretty and unusual Victorian silver Pepperette.  The style is stunning with a baluster body and standing on a lovely circular wavy edge foot.  The pull off top is delicately pierced forming a charming leaf pattern and the finial on the top is in the style of a flickering flame.  Light engraving on the body is exquisite.  There is an initial 'S' in the centre on one side of the Pepperette and a vacant cartouche on the other side.  Hallmarks are visible on one side for the London Assay Office with a date mark 1839, Lion Passant and silver maker's mark:  Charles Fox.

A truly wonderful item, in lovely antique collecotor's condition.  Lovely as a gift for a wedding or any occasion!

Hallmarks:  London 1839 by Charles Fox

Measurements:  Height:  10 cm    Width at widest part:  4.2 cm

Weight:  61.5 grams

Weights and measurements are approximate.