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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 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 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
A Victorian silver and crystal claret jug, the silver mounts and handles of plain design, armorial to one side and presentation inscription to other, silver rim to base. Sheffield 1872, by Walter and George Sissons. Height 30 cm
A William IV Scottish silver claret jug, David Crighton Rait, Edinburgh 1831, of bold baluster form with sweeping covered spout with gadroon rim, embossed grapes and vines to lid, collar and circular foot, acanthus leaf border to body, scroll acanthus leaf
A Victorian silver mounted and cut glass claret jug, Edgar Finley and Hugh Taylor, London 1888, the ovoid glass body hobnail cut, plain scroll handle, the cover and neck mounts chased with flowers and foliage and foliate finial, the cartouche below the lip
A Victorian lidded wine jug, maker R & H, Sheffield 1852, of pear shape with flared lip and bird and foliate finial, hinged double scroll handle, engraved and embossed foliate and 'C' scroll decoration, presentation inscription together with and a William
A silver presentation jug by H. Young & Co., Melbourne, circa 1880, the tapered cylindrical body decorated with fern leaf cartouches, one showing a sporting shooter the reverse bearing the inscription 'Melbourne Gun Club, Presented By a Member of the Club,
An important silver claret jug by William Edwards, Melbourne, circa 1860, the baluster form body with applied and embossed grapes and intertwining leaves throughout, on circular foot with similar decoration and an applied silver gilt engraved plaque of the
A Victorian sterling silver mounted claret jug the hinged cover trophy engraved 'Corpus Christi College Trial Eights 1865 University long Vacation Scratch Fours 1866' and named W. H. Grove. Birmingham 1864, makers C&W. Note: glass frit to the handle. Heigh
A Victorian sterling silver wine ewer, maker's mark obscured, London 1848, with a chased cartouche of a cricket scene and verso engraved 'Presented September 12 1848 by the Members of the Nottinghamshire cricket club to Their Secretary J. B. Warwick Esq wi
Silver sporting trophy/cup, inscribed 'Adelaide Hunt Club 24-9-27 Novice Hunters Steeplechase, Presented by Wendts Won by Mr E. M. Luxmores, Marmite Ridden by Mr K. Best', made by Wendt, weight: 519gms
A Victorian silver jug, repousse embossed with flower and leaf in rococo revival style, with cast flower and leaf finial, maskhead beak spout, presentation engraved for Robert Hoddle Driberg white; Richards & Brown, London 1862. Height 23 cm weight 900g.
An Australian silver claret jug, by Fischer, Geelong, circa 1880, the ovoid body on a shallow trumpet foot with girdled neck and moulded rim spout, hinged lid and scrolled looped handle, the foot plain with a band of Greek key engraving, the body profusely
An Australian silver wine ewer, by A.L. Brunkhorst, Adelaide, circa 1890, the plain tapering tubular body on a shallow pedestal spreading foot, a short neck rising to an elongated rim spout and leaf capped handle with a flange and foliate junction at the b
A rare and impressive Victorian sterling silver presentation jug maker's mark George Angell London 1860, the body of baluster form bearing the inscription 'Presented to Thomas Smart Turnbull in Grateful Remembrance of His Noble Effort to Save the Life of C
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