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Sterling silver ewer, made for West and Sons of Dublin, London, 1901, 29 cm high

George III silver ewer, mark of Andrew Fogelberg, London, 1770, of vase shape with waisted neck, embellished with gadroon borders, engraved with coat of arms, hallmarked, replaced finials, approx. Weight 735 grams. Provenance: The Estate of Charles (Ruthve

A fine Victorian sterling silver clad glass claret jug, 1845 London, with maker's mark for Charles Reily & George Storer, of pedestal ewer form profusely embellished throughout with cast and chased trailing grape vines and fruits, the neck and base upon a

A fine cut glass and silver gilt claret jug, 19th century, apparently unmarked but tested for silver and remnant gold, the baluster shaped ewer of elegant proportions with tapering sliced flutes and lens cuts to the body and shoulder and an ornamented band

Victorian sterling silver wine ewer neo-classical vase shape design, part fluted with rattan bound handle, London, 1881

A fine Danish .826 silver wine ewer, circa 1888 with three towers mark, maker's mark of Peter Hertz, assay master mark of Simon Groth, of elegant baluster form with a waisted collar and shaped pouring rim, a high set scrolling handle and a pedestal bas

A Victorian neoclassical silver lidded wine ewer, John, Edward, Walter and John Barnard, London, 1874, the tapering body having a rosette and ribbon band with beaded borders encircling the waist above chased draped ribbons. supported on three leaf capped l

A Victorian silver wine jug, Alexander Macrae, London, 1871, of ewer form with everted spout, leaf capped scrolling handle, engraved foliae motif throughout, a vacant cartouche to each side, beaded borders, 754 gms, 35.5 cm high

Fine Victorian Scottish sterling silver wine ewer lobed baluster shape, the scroll handle with acanthus leaf thumbpiece, embossed decoration of florals, scrolls and cartouche on shaped circular base, Edinburgh, maker, Leonard Urquhart, 33 cm height

George III heavy sterling silver water ewer vase shape with wide lip, scroll handle, raised band, London, 1776, maker, John Kentesber

Victorian sterling silver ewer/claret jug, hallmarked London 1875, maker Thomas Smily, 729 grams approx (silver only), together on a timber stand

A George III silver wine ewer, Augustin Le Sage, London, 1774 of simple baluster shape, with oak and ribbon borders, flower knop, scroll handle, square platform base on four bracket feet, 796 gms, 29.5 cm high

A Victorian sterling silver and gilt ewer, the 'Squatter's cup', 1861 London, with maker's marks for Stephen Smith and William Nicholson, the tall ewer with an applied neoclassical border of vines, cornucopia, masks and animals, the lid with a coiled snake

A good quality Victorian silver lidded ewer decorated with panels of intricate elaborate embossed leaves and scrolls, baluster shape with ivory heat rings and short foot. London 1878 by Martin Hall & Co. Height 21 cm

A George III neoclassical sterling silver ewer, 1776 London, with maker's mark for Henry Greenway, of elegant pear shaped form with beading to the rim and pedestal foot, an incurved cover, a contemporary festoon embellished monogram and the original leathe

A Victorian sterling silver Cellini pattern wine ewer, by Stephen Smith, London 1870. The ewer is decorated with portrait masks, animals, leaves and berries repousse work, with figural maiden handle, with later engraving 'Presented By the Committee South C

A Victorian Grecian style sterling silver wine ewer, 1853 London, with maker's mark for Joseph and Albert Savory, the neoclassical style ewer with a baluster body and a slender waisted neck surmounted by an unusual looped pouring spout having an exaggerate

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian ewer with raised floral detail & a hinged lid. Sheffield, 1855, maker Martin, hall & Co. Height 32.5 cm. Weight 738g

Silver 900 standard ewer with floral etched design, minor dent. Stamped '900 H16'. Height 24.5 cm. Weight 260g

English hallmarked sterling silver George III ewer with raised floral design. London, 1790, maker Hester Bateman height 14.5 cm weight 81.5 cm

A pair of Victorian silver-gilt Cellini design claret jugs, George ivory, London, 1852, of typical Cellini Renaissance revival design and ewer form, with caryatid handles, profusely embellished with herms, masks and animal motifs and foliage with alternate

An Italian 800 silver ewer on stand, the ewer of bulbous form decorated chase C scroll decoration on a stand. 2488 gm

English hallmarked sterling silver William IV ewer with gadrooned body and shell feet London, 1830, maker John James Keith. Height 10 cm. Weight 230g

A sterling silver ewer, Edward & John Barnard, London, circa 1860 with incised armorial crest 'Adhere and Prosper', 952grs total silver weight, 33 cm high

800 silver ewer, of globular form with flared base and neck with scrolled handle. 1696gm. 39 cm high.

A sterling silver ewer, mid 20th century, of plain baluster form with wide pouring lip, double tubed curved handle, simple relief scrolls to foot and rim, marked 925 sterling Peru underside. Height 30 cm. Width 19 cm. Depth 12 cm. Silver weight 473gr

A small Georgian style sterling silver ewer shaped cream jug with punch edge, scroll handle and circular foot. Birmingham, 1894. Height 11 cm

A good mid Georgian ewer shaped sterling silver cream jug with scroll handle fluted edge and circular foot. London,1770. Height 12 cm

A George III silver wine ewer, fluted vase shape raised from a conforming pedestal base and with a flaring neck with hinged covered mouth with vase finial, plain looped ebonised boxwood handle. Engraved to either side with an armorial: an escutcheon with a

A. G. Whighton, Edinburgh, 1844 Victorian silver wine ewer baluster form with panels of embossed flowers, hinged cover, scroll handle. Height 31.5 cm weight 1016 grams

French silver ewer, 19th century classical empire style, ovoid body, winged griffith spout, wooden handle. Height 29 cm weight 535 grams

A sterling silver hot water jug ewer shaped with lid on a circular foot with twisted half flute body. Ebony scroll handle and finial. G.H. London 1913

A quality Victorian silver wine ewer, tall elegant baluster form with applied grapevine to the plain body, branch form handle, gilded interior. London 1863 by Edward & John Barnard. Weight 994gms. Height 36.5 cm

An early Victorian silver gilt wine ewer, baluster form, the neck with an applied grape leaf vine and bunch decoration, the lid with conforming finial, the scroll handle with further grape detail, the body with a tall band of relief stiff leaf design, all-

A Chinese export silver-mounted glass ewer, unidentified mark 'K & K' with a flying crane and with chopmarks, late 19th/early 20th century, the bottle fitting between a silver collar and base joined with a handle, the handle sliding apart to separate the p

A Victorian silver 'Cellini' ewer, by Charles Thomas fox London 1898 of typical form with cast decoration of grotesque masks within foliage and strapwork, the cover with artichoke finial, body with oval cartouche with a monogram dated 1873 - 1898, with fem

Silver ewer, with basket weave patterned body, stamped 900. Height 19 cm, weight 310 grams

A Victorian neo-classical silver wine ewer London 1875 by Martin Hall & Co.31 cm high

A sterling silver-overlaid cobalt glass fla?on b.J. Round & Sonss, Birmingham, 1900/1 of ewer form with a faceted glass stopper above a slender neck and bulbous body, the neck and handle in plain silver running down to floral-engraved open-work over the bo

A fine quality matched garniture of three Victorian sterling silver ewers maker's marks Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London circa 1900 and Martin, hall & Co, Sheffield circa 1895/1900, the three piece set comprising a large central ewer with two small

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