An early Victorian sterling silver hot water jug, 1852 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Roberts & Hall, of large and elegant pear shaped form, with repousse worked in the rococo revival and Gothic manner, having a long scrolled handle, a scrolled pouring s
George IV hallmarked sterling silver hot water pot. London 1822, maker's mark rubbed. Embossed reeded decoration. Crested. Engraved to base. 'Simpson, Sydney 1972 - Ex Caroline Simpson Collection. Height 20 cm. Wt. 765g
A Victorian period silver hot water jug, circular section, the bottom half with fluted decoration, gadrooned border, horn handle and finial. London 1891 by Dobson & Sons (Thomas William Dobson). Weight 626gms
A fine Continental silver water set, Poland, later 20th century, by the Cepelia Art & Handicraft Foundation, comprising a tray, jug and six beakers, in an Art and crafts inspired design lightly engraved and bright cut with a simple flowing tendril interspe
A George II English sterling silver Chinoiserie hot water jug, London 1754, Thomas Whipham, with tear drop finial above double domed cover, of baluster form with embossed and chased Chinoiserie decoration throughout and CGM monogram, on plain circular foot
An Edwardian silver coffee jug/hot water pot on stand, Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, Water jug London 1901, stand London 1902 of footed baluster form with foliate scrolled repousse decoration and ebony handle, engraved to lower section 'Edmund Manaton
Victorian silver hot water jug, with a circular section with bands of embossed decoration, a rim spout and hinged lid, looped silver handle with insulators, Fenton Bros, Sheffield 1889. Height 19 cm. Weight 465 grams
Silver water jug by W J Sanders, with a tapered body with foliate capped scroll handle on a circular spreading foot. marks: Wjs/ 925 (helmet) Stg. Weight: 695 grams. Height 19.5 cm. Provenance: Vizard Foundation
A George II silver hot water jug, Fuller white, London 1748, of baluster form with a hinged lid and bud finial, cane covered loop handle, the underside of the circular foot inscribed 'Richardsons Coffee House Covent Garden' 370gms total weight, 19 cm high
C.S. Harris, sterling silver hot water jug, having plain spherical body with band of stylised leaf pattern circling the base of the straight neck and repeated on flat topped hinged lid with openwork thumb piece, sparrow beak spout and covered wicker looped
A George III silver coffee jug/hot water pot on stand, (Biggin) both by Paul Storr, the pot London 1813, stand 1811, the jug with egg and dart rim, rising spout and wood handle, the stand of waisted triangular form with similar rim, drop-ring handles and l
A George IV silver coffee pot/hot water jug, London 1821, raised on four bold shell and scrolling foliate feet, the baluster body engraved with a contemporary coat of arms, shell, acorn and gadrooned rim, leaf capped handle and finial. Height 22 cm, weight
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