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Sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1856. 123grams approx

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

George II sterling silver stemmed two handled cup with engraved inscription relating to the christening of Thomas Ashton Burkeley, 1744, London, c1735, maker James Smith

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 &

Hardy Bros. sterling silver christening cup hallmarked London 1903, 146g approx

Sterling silver christening mug, hallmarked London 1840, 9 cm high approx., 166 grams

Sterling silver christening mug, hallmarked London 1914, Height 9 cm, 180 grams approx

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 sterling silver christening mug by Barnard Brothers, London 1846, 9 cm high

Christening mug. Sterling silver by Webb & Mappin hallmarked London 1891

Hardy Brothers sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1964, 136grams approx

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

An early Colonial Silver Co. of Sydney Christening cup by Cohen initialled 'THJ', c.1840

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

A Victorian sterling silver floral christening mug by James C. Edington, London 1858, 10 cm high 180grams

A mid-Victorian silver Christening mug, fluted form with floral engraving and scrolled handle; Richard Pouldon, London, 1858. Height 9.5 cms. Weight 130.8g.

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

A sterling silver Christening mug. Harrison & Howson, 1865.

A Georgian sterling silver Christening mug, 1802 London, with maker's mark for Robert Hennell I, David Hennell II & Samuel Hennell, of tankard form with decorative ribbed bands and a square form 'C' shape handle, a later inscription underside 'Luke from Ja

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening cup with a gilt wash interior & floral etched detail, engraved 'Nevile Savage Done'. London, 1879, maker Walter & John Barnard. Condition good, minor wear & tarnishing. Height 10 cm. Weight 195g

American sterling silver Christening cup with raised floral detail, engraved 'Frangas Non Flectes' & retailed for J & I Cox. New York, c1850, maker Charters, Cann & Dunn. Condition good, some tarnishing. Height 10.5 cm. Weight 108g

A Victorian cast sterling silver Christening cup, London 1851, by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater, with engraved floral and acanthus leaf decoration. Height 12.6 cm; weight 162grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII Christening mug retailed for Wilson & Sharp of Edinburgh Birmingham, 1903-1915, maker Wilson & Sharp condition good, some tarnishing, hallmarks worn. Height 8.8 cm weight 140g

A late Victorian silver Christening mug, the exterior heavily embossed with floral decoration, blank cartouche to the front for engraving. Birmingham 1895 by Thomas Hayes. Weight 147gms

Victorian sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked Sheffield 1865, 112gms, 8 cm high approx

Victorian Sterling silver christening mug, hallmarked London 1865, 8 cm high approx., as inspected

A silver Christening mug, Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, London, 1811

An Australian silver Christening mug, tapered cylindrical; W.J.Saunders, c.1920. Height 7 cm. Weight approx 120g

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening mug with raised floral motifs, inscribed 'JBG 16 July 09', in original casing. Birmingham, 1871, maker Hilliard & Thomason, condition fair, some minor dents to the base, a dent and small hole to the

A Swiss silver Christening beaker, Tezler; 800 standard. Weight 73.6g

A Victorian silver Christening mug, chased with foliate bias panels alternating with inscriptions, named for Edward Hunt and with cricketing emblems; Elkington & Co., Birmingham 1894

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