Persian silver wine bottle & screw cap. C.1800-50s. Engraved cartouches with Persian script dedications. Mythical creatures, birds & male figures decoration. Silversmiths mark to base.900 silver & mark for Persia/Iran. Height 23 cm. Wt. 713g
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 Continental silver and crystal claret jug, 20th century, Italian, with.800 standard and lozenge, the globular diamond cut body with slice cut shoulders mounted to the long neck with a collar and mechanical lid opened by squeezing the handle, richly embos
A good Victorian silver claret jug of baluster form with high loop branch handle and with applied cast fruiting vine ornament; presentation engraved 'John Kirby Hedges, 17th January 1856; Edward & John Barnard, London 1855. Height 36 cm. Weight approx 1000
A George III silver claret jug by Henry Cowper, London 1789. Of faceted vase form with stepped shaped base, bright cut and chassed with sunflower emblems within scroll cartouche, the reeded handle with acanthus terminal and silver mount, 704 grams.
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
A Victorian sterling silver and cut crystal claret jug by Walter & George Sissons, Sheffield 1871. The jug is in the neoclassical style, with wheel-cut engraving to the glass bowl depicting leafy plant designs. Height 26 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 impressive George III silver claret jug, decorative baluster form, the swollen body with four relief panels of grape bunches and leaves, shell detail, further grapes and leaves to the spreading foot, top rim and lid with grape bunch finial, silver entwi
A Victorian silver claret jug well modelled with winged mythological figures, lions head, foliate swags and scrolls surrounding vacant cartouches, ivory filets and gilt interior, Martin, Hall & Co. Ltd., London 1880. Height 37 cm. Weight 1312gms
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