A fine Victorian rococo revival Christening mug, 1853 London, with maker's mark for James Charles Edington, of ogee profile with a waisted foot and scrolling ear form handle, richly embossed and chased with flowers, shells and scale forms, an engraved
A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set, 1972 London, with maker's marks, Ga for Chawner & Co (George William Adams). the setting with Gothic revival ornamental cushion, leaf and fleur-de-lys motifs, housed in the original silk and velvet
A boxed French.950 silver Christening set with Noble crest, circa 1900, Minerva 1 silver standard and maker's marks for Emile Puiforcat, comprising a beaker and a thread and shell decorated spoon and fork, each piece with the engraved heraldic mark of
A boxed Victorian sterling silver Christening set 1860/61 London, with maker's marks for George Adams. The silver bladed knife, fork and spoon in shell and thread design; hallmarked to all pieces and housed in the original leather clad silk and navy ve
Two mid century sterling silver Christening mugs. Mid 20th century Australia, with maker's pictorial mark (fleece) for Angus & Coote; mid 20th century Canada, with inscription for international sterling. A baluster shaped mug with a waisted neck, a
A sterling silver Christening mug, 1928 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hardy Bros, the cylindrical unadorned mug with a stepped rim and an ear shaped square form handle. Silver weight 130gr. Height 7.5 cm
Alexander Dick sterling silver Christening mug with engraved circular banding to the body, monogrammed 'EC' having a round barbed handle, sitting on a collet foot base. Sydney, 1835, maker Alexander Dick. Condition good, expected wear consistent with age &
A Victorian sterling silver Christening mug, 1869 Birmingham, with rubbed maker's marks, in the Georgian manner, the pedestal mug finely beaded to the rim and base, the straightsided body with flowers and foliage in low relief with prick work and bright cu
A George III sterling silver Christening mug. 1769 London, with maker's mark for probably John King, of baluster waisted form with a reeded base and having an acanthus decorated scroll handle; a 1903 inscription to the base to 'Myra Cecily Bingham Younger
A Victorian embossed sterling silver Christening mug. Sheffield 1847, with maker's mark for Howard and Hawkesworth, the straight sided mug with a scroll handle, richly embossed and chased with floral, leaf and shell forms in the rococo manner with initials
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening cup having a round bellied body with hand-chased floral & scroll-work decoration, a central cartouche monogrammed 'R.P.R', a scroll handle & sitting on four scolled feet. London, 1857, maker John Kei
English hallmarked sterling silver George II Christening mug having a plain round bellied body, a scroll side-handle with acanthus leaf detail, sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1759, maker John Bayley. Condition fair, some dents & pushed in handle. Heig
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening set comprising a knife, fork & spoon in the fiddle pattern with a fitted case. London, 1900, maker Josiah Williams & Co. Condition good, minor age related wear. Weight not including knife 99g
19th century sterling silver Christening mug London 1900 with floral scrolls and angel and monogrammed cartouche maker FW & JCW stamped Hardy Bros Sydney to base weighs 150 grams 8.5 cm high dents around base
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