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Victorian sterling silver milk jug oval part fluted with engraved initials, Birmingham, 1880

George V sterling silver milk jug plain octagonal baluster shape, fluted rim and handle on four scroll feet, Sheffield 1924

A particularly heavy George II silver milk jug, squat ovoid shape with plain loop handle and small spout with drop finial. Engraved with the coat-of-arms of Hodgson (per chevron, embattled or and azure, three martlets counter-changed), London 1731 by Thoma

A Georgian Revival silver milk jug, oval shape, raised on four bun feet, gadroon rimmed, square scroll handle. Birmingham 1963.

A 19th century Continental silver flat bottom milk jug, with scroll handle, applied neo-classical motif of two women seated beneath an urn. Various stamped and engraved marks including date 1828. Height 11 cm. 163gms.

English hallmarked sterling silver George III milk jug having a rectangular baluster body with rounded corners, a reeded handle with a scroll mount, an applied gadroon border, all sitting on four ball feet. London, unknown maker, date letter missing. Condi

Sterling silver helmet shaped milk jug, hallmarked Birmingham 1862

A George III silver milk jug of helmet form, embossed with floral and foliate decoration with gilt interior. Sponsors mark Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1803. 12 cm high, 174g.

A George III sterling silver lidded bright cut milk jug with finely engraved coat of arms, crest, initials and motto, and pineapple finial by Robert Sharp, London, circa 1780, 14.5 cm high, 385 grams

Two sterling silver milk jugs, Georgian and modern Era, 1797 London, an oval jug with two pulvinated borders and a bracket neoclassical style handle, 1969 London, Cj Vander Ltd, a Georgian inspired bright cut bead edged helmet jug with a looping thread dec

William IV sterling silver milk jug, London 1834, approx. 7 oz. troy

George IV Irish sterling silver sugar bowl & milk jug squat circular shape, ornately chased with florals, scrolls and cartouche, the handles formed as sea horses on floral cast scroll feet, Dublin, 1829, maker Frederick Mann & Son

Victorian sterling silver tall milk jug with presentation inscription, approx. 8 oz. troy

Continental silver milk jug and sugar bowl with marks to bottom rims, 9 cm high, 222 grams approx

Victorian sterling silver milk jug hallmarked Sheffield 1898, 6 cm high approx., 86 grams approx.

A George V sterling silver milk jug and matching sugar bowl, Wilmott Manufacturing Co, Birmingham 1919. Weight 231g.

Good Victorian Irish sterling silver milk jug hallmarked Dublin 1898 (West & Son) with ornate repousse depicting animals and plants, standing on 3 lion mask and paw legs, engraved 'Maisie', 9.7 cm high, 150 grams approx.

J. Tostrup (Norway) silver coffee set, comprising of a coffee pot 19 cm high, water jug, milk jug and sugar bowl, marked S.830 J. Tostrup 1907, 1650 grams approx

William IV sterling silver milk jug by Paul Storr plain baluster form with fluted rim and acanthus cast scroll handle and engraved crest, London 1835

Victorian sterling silver milk jug with cast feet and engraved decoration

Sterling silver helmet shaped milk jug, hallmarked London 1886

A George III sterling silver milk jug of exceptional gauge with lower lobed decoration and cast foliate border, S scroll handle with acanthus leaf thumb piece and period script initials. Makers mark: Joseph Craddock and William K Reid. London, 1817

Edwardian sterling silver 3 piece teaset, hallmarked Sheffield 1907 (Walker & Hall), 703 grams approx, comprising of teapot 24 cm wide, milk jug and sugar bowl

Sterling silver 3 piece teaset comprising of a teapot with ivory fittings & sugar bowl hallmarked Sheffield 1954 and a milk jug 1947, all pieces by maker Viner's Ltd (Emile Viner), 1295 grams approx

William IV sterling silver milk jug hallmarked London 1832, melon shaped, 180 grams approx, 9.5 cm high

A Danish 830 silver, 3pcs coffee set, late 1930's, comprising of coffee pot, milk jug and sugar bowl. Stamped with Danish silver assay and monogram 'Cj' to base. Coffee pot height 24 cm. Total weight 815grams

George III sterling silver teapot & milk jug oblong baluster form with engraved band on four ball feet, London 1806

A William IV silver milk jug. Maker Edward I, Edward II & John Barnard. London 1837. 248gms.

Two Continental silver cream/milk jugs (slight A/F), etc

A sterling silver helmet pedestal jug, 1905 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John rose, with neoclassical styling the slender milk jug with a ribbed rim and conforming strap handle having a stepped socle to a squared base; hallmarked to upper body. Silver

A Victorian Scottish silver sugar basin and milk jug, of similar design to above, Edinburgh 1898 by Hamilton & Inches. 860gms.

A Georgian sterling silver milk jug, probably 1724 London, with rubbed maker's marks, the small pear shaped jug of pleasing plain form with an undulating rim and a shaped strap handle, supported on three curvaceous legs with knees and trefid feet; hallmark

A French.950 silver covered milk jug, late 19th century, with Minerva 1 standard and maker's mark for Alfred Feau, with a fluted ovoid lower section with a tapering long neck to a low domed fluted and knopped lid, a small square form geometric spout, the '

A George III silver milk jug, oblong, later repoussé embossed, on shell feet; probably Ede & Hewat, London, 1809

A silver lidded sugar bowl and milk jug by Mexican maker P.G Lopez

A silver decorative milk jug with beaded border by George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1904

A George IV sterling silver milk jug, 1825 London, with maker's mark We possibly for William Eley II or other, the globular jug of elegant lobed form, having a wide pouring spout with scalloped edges, a 'C' scroll handle with an acanthus ornament, and rais

Edwardian sterling silver milk jug, hallmarked London 1902, 6.5 cm in height, 108 grams approx.

Sterling silver art deco milk jug and sugar bowl, stamped STG. SILVER, the jug hallmarked Birmingham 1914, maker E. S. Barnsley & Co, 285 grams total approx

A George III sterling silver milk jug and sugar bowl, 1815 London, with maker's marks for Rebecca Emes and Edward Barnard of squat boat shaped form with shell, foliate and gadrooned rims above a gadrooned upper section and tapering to four small bun feet,