Silver Vinaigrettes: A small container with a perforated top, used to contain an aromatic substance such as vinegar or smelling salts, especially popular for women in the Victorian era to combat the aroma from the waste products common in cities. Wikipedia
A large 52.55 troy ounce sterling silver pitcher by Gorham dated 1904. Monogrammed on one side with a script monogram and with 1905 in the other cartouche. The pitcher is 12" tall and 13 1/2" at the handle. Chased with scrolls and flowers.