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English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening mug having a round hand-chased body with floral & scroll-work decoration, a central cartouche inscribed 'CWAM', with a scroll handle. London, 1863, maker Edward & John Barnard

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening mug having a round bellied body with hand-chased floral & panelled decoration, a central vacant cartouche, a scroll handle, a gold-gilt interior, & all sitting on a collet foot. Birmingham, 1

Hester Bateman (1708-1794) Georgian mug in sterling silver. Later chased with farming scene, with original gilt interior marked HB, 1782, London approx 10.5 cm high, 185g

A massive William III Britannia standard silver gilt tankard by John Bodington, London 1708, with heavily cast and chased continuous scene of battling Satyrs and Bacchanalian revelers and maenads, large cast caryatid handle, lower domed cover with classica

George III sterling silver lidded tankard plain form with domed lid, pierced thumb piece & heart shaped terminal, London 1784, maker Hester Bateman

George III Irish sterling silver small tankard with embossed cartouche & shield, Dublin, date indistinct

A George III silver mug, barrel shape with cast fruiting vine borders at rim and foot, mounted with an entwined double snake handle. London 1809 by Rebecca Emes and probably William Barnard (mark partially rubbed). 230gms.

A George III silver barrel shaped mug, with two bands of encircling reeding and with conforming reeded loop handle. London 1781 by William Turton. 245gms.

A small George III silver mug, barrel form with square scroll handle and alternating bands of fine ribbed and repeating engraved decoration. London 1804 by John Eames. Weight 76gms. Height 6.2 cm

An early Victorian period silver christening mug, with six finely engraved panels, scroll handle and ornate leaf and scroll base. London 1847 by George Richards. Height 9 cm

A George III silver mug, baluster shape with acanthus capped S-scroll handle, London 1793 probably by George Smith & Thomas Hayter. 299gms.

Victorian sterling silver christening mug, maker HH, hallmarked London 1862, 113g approx., 8 cm high approx.

English hallmarked sterling silver George III Christening mug having a round bellied body with hand-chased floral & scroll-work decoration, a central cartouche engraved 'Cj', a scroll handle with Anthemion leaf thumb-piece, sitting on a pedesta

Twin handled sterling silver & antler tankard, gilt lined, 12 cm high approx.

Garrard & Co Ltd Britannia silver tankard of straight sided form and scroll handle marked Britannia, G & Co Ltd, Sheffield, 1978, 280g & 9 cm high

Two French silver beakers with engraved decoration, 7.5 cm and 8 cm high

Sterling silver Christening mug, hallmarked London 1924, 10 cm high, 192 grams approx.

Sterling silver christening mug, hallmarked Birmingham 1951, 78grams approx

Antique Walker & Hall silver Christening mug with gilt interior marked Birmingham, 1898, WH, approx 63g & 8 cm high

A Victorian sterling silver tankard 1865 Birmingham, by John Tongue with Greek key engraved decoration, height: 13.7 cm, base diameter 12.2 cm, weight: 473gms

George III silver tankard, mark of Hester Bateman, London, 1778, of baluster form, on stepped circular foot with leaf-capped scroll handle, engraved 'Earl Howe Glorious 1st of June', hallmarked, approx. Weight 330 grams, labels: Earl Howe (1726-179

A sterling silver tankard, 1939 London, with maker's mark for William Drummond & Co, retailed through William Drummond Melbourne, the tapering straight-sided tankard with an applied stepped rim and base, the square section ear form handle with a th

An Australian sterling silver baluster tankard, 20th century, with maker's marks for Stokes & Son, the elegant tankard with a stepped pedestal base and a hollow tapering 'C' scroll handle, with mark of fineness and maker's marks to uppe

Two sterling silver beakers, Georgian and modern Era, 1828 London, with maker's mark for John, Henry and Charles Lias; and 2006 Birmingham, W.I Broadway & Co, a straight-sided tankard with horizontal reeding, an ear form handle and a foliate thumb

George II sterling silver baluster mug, marked 1740, London, EC, approx 8 cm high and 207g

A George II sterling silver tapered mug by David Willaume II, London, 1731 engraved with a contemporary crest, 8 cm high, 180 grams

A George II sterling silver baluster mug by Francis Spilsbury I, London, 1737 engraved with a contemporary coat of arms within cartouche, the base with later presentation inscription, 12 cm high, 420 grams

A George II sterling silver baluster lidded tankard by John Kirkup, Newcastle 1757 engraved with script initials and date 1763, 21 cm high, 900 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian tankard having a plain round baluster body engraved with a black cartouche, a scroll handle with a leaf thumbpiece, and sitting on a collet foot. Sheffield, 1886, maker John round & Son Ltd. Condition: good,

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a plain round bellied body with an engraced amorial crest, a scroll handle with an anthemion-leaf thumb-piece, & sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1766, maker William Turton. Condition: goo

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a plain round bellied body, a scroll handle with an anthemion-leaf thumb-piece, & sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1768, maker Francis Crump. Condition: good, minor wear to the base. Heigh

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a plain round straight-sided body engraved 'John Patterson Balderson', a cast scroll thumb-piece, a scroll handle with heart-shaped terminal, & sitting on a collet foot. London, 1787,

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a round bellied body with late Victorian floral raised detail, a scroll handle with an anthemion-leaf thumb-piece, & sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1762, maker William Sumner I. Conditio

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a plain round bellied body, a scroll handle with anthemion leaf thumb-piece, & sitting on a pedestal foot. London, 1797, maker Ab. Condition: good, minor age related wear. Height 14 cm. Weigh

English hallmarked sterling silver George III tankard having a plain round bellied body, a scroll handle with anthemion leaf thumb-piece, & sitting on a pedestal foot. Newcastle, 1771, maker John Langlands I. Condition: good, minor age related wear. He

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