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A fine Georgian sterling silver hot water jug & stand, Paul Storr / London /, circa 1808, compressed in form, with gadroon decoration to waist, flanked by a double ivory scroll serpent handle, raised on a tripartite lion paw base with original wick hol

George V sterling silver hot water jug plain tapering form, the lid with urn finial, London, 1934, makers, Walter H Wilson Ltd

Victorian sterling silver hot water jug plain baluster shape with gadrooned base Birmingham, 1898, makers, Jones & Crompton

Edward VII sterling silver hot water jug plain baluster form, the domed lid with urn shape finial, engraved crest London, 1901, maker probably Thomas Bradbury

George V sterling silver hot water jug plain waited shape with waved rim and base, rattan bound handle, engraved initial, Birmingham, 1911, maker, J Sherwood & Sons

George III sterling silver hot water urn, London 1783, maker Thomas Chawner. Dual handled, with ivory handled spigot. Engraved decoration. Square based, quad footed, height 36 cm, Wt. 1210g approx.

A George lll silver water jug by Philip Rundell, London, 1821, tapering circular form with shell and leaf rim, flower and foliage surmount to lid, the shoulders with a chased band of scrolling trailing flowers, above the lobed body and raised on circular f

Italian sterling silver water jug, of baluster form, with gadrooned edges and engraved with monogram, impressed 925 Settepassi Italy total weight 862, height 23 cm

George III sterling silver water jug baluster shape, the lid with urn finial, acanthus decorated spout and engraved cartouche, London, 1795.

A George III Scottish sterling silver hot water jug by Robert Gray & Son, Edinburgh 1807 with half fluted body below band of engraved decoration and cone finial, 26 cm high, 1,025 grams

A Victorian silver water jug and cover, maker Elizabeth & John Eaton London 1853 of baluster form with C scroll and flower head decoration. 31 cm high, 596g.

Austro-Hungarian silver 950 standard four piece teaset comprising a teapot with a side hinge lid, hot water jug, lidded sugar bowl & a cream jug. All with round scalloped bodies, pear form finials & standing on four cast scrolled feet. Monogrammed 'Skz'. B

An American sterling silver water jug with stopper, early 20th century, with mark of international sterling, patent issued Jan 11 1927, of elegant plain baluster form with a broad neck and pouring spout, having a low domed stopper with cushion shaped knop

English hallmarked sterling silver George V hot water jug with a timber handle & finial. Birmingham, 1922, maker William Neale & Son Ltd. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Height 18.5 cm. Weight including handle 294g

A Victorian silver hot water jug of simple form with fluted decoration to base on circular foot. Maker: Thomas William Dobson London 1889, 669gm

A sterling silver hot water jug, 1932 Sheffield, by Edward Viner. Height 22 cm. Weight: 527 cm

A sterling silver Coronation hot water jug, 1953 London, with Queen's head commemoration mark and maker's marks for Nrgp, of elegant plain barrel form with a low flush lid and ebony finial, small spout and 'C' style ebonised handle, raised

A sterling silver hot water jug, 1936 Birmingham, with maker's mark for A.L davenport Ltd, of plain and elegant carinate form with a domed lid with an ebonised conforming finial, a tapering body with an ebonised 'C' style handle and a waisted f

A George III coffee pot/hot water jug with stand and burner, 1787 London, with maker's marks for Abraham Peterson and Peter Podio, of elegant pear shaped form with thread edging to the rim, a petite petal decorated domed lid with knop, and a fluted fri

English hallmarked sterling silver George V four piece & coffee service comprising a teapot, hot water pot, sugar bowl & creamer, heavily embossed in the Victorian style. Chester, 1923, maker Barker Brothers. Condition: good, minor tarnishing. Heig

George II sterling silver water jug baluster shape, the hinged lid with flower and leaf finial, scroll handle with acanthus leaf thumbpiece, fluted band to the body, engraved inscription to most of the front, London, 1744, maker, James Belham

George III heavy sterling silver water ewer vase shape with wide lip, scroll handle, raised band, London, 1776, maker, John Kentesber

English hallmarked sterling silver George V hot water jug with a timber handle & finial. Birmingham, 1922, maker William Neale & Son Ltd. Condition, good, minor tarnishing, height, 18.5 cm, weight including handle, 294g

A matching sterling silver water jug and cream jug, Hardy Bros / London / 1977, each jug with a baluster body supported by a circular pedestal foot, approximately 1120gms, respectively 14 cm & 17.5 cm high

A Victorian sterling silver hot water jug, 1881/2 London, with maker's mark for Frederick Elkington, of elegant pear shaped form with a gadrooned lower section and a stepped dome lid with conforming decoration and finial, an ear shaped timber handle an

A pair of small hot water jugs with wicker Wound handles, 1932/33 Sheffield, with maker's marks Gh for Harrison/Howson, the elegant unadorned pear shaped jugs each with a waisted foot and flat hinged lids, hallmarked to upper body, total weight 517gr.

A French silver hot water jug, late 19th century, 22 cm high 570grams. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

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

Four piece Continental silver coffee service. Coffee pot, hot water jug, creamer & sugar bowl. All marked 800, height 20 cm (coffee pot) weight 1,415g (total)

Sterling silver teapot and matching water jug, by W.J. Sanders (Australian)

Sterling silver hot water jug hallmarked Birmingham 1927, weight 317grams

Sterling silver hot water jug made in Birmingham, circa 1898. Total weight 320 grams

A Victorian sterling silver hot water jug London 1889, Charles Stuart Harris. Height 23 cm; total weight 464grams

An early Victorian sterling silver hot water jug, 1852 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Roberts & Hall, of large and elegant pear shaped form, with repousse worked in the rococo revival and Gothic manner, having a long scrolled handle, a scrolled pouring s

English hallmarked sterling silver hot water jug with an ebonised handle. Sheffield, 1917, maker John & William F Deakin. Height 24.5 cm weight including handle - 481g

A sterling silver water jug C.J.V. Ltd. London 1937. Weight 920g. Height 22 cm

George IV hallmarked sterling silver hot water pot. London 1822, maker's mark rubbed. Embossed reeded decoration. Crested. Engraved to base. 'Simpson, Sydney 1972 - Ex Caroline Simpson Collection. Height 20 cm. Wt. 765g

English hallmarked sterling silver Edwardian crystal water jug London, 1906, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd. Height 19.5 cm

Sterling silver hot water pot hallmarked Sheffield 1937, maker Thomas Bradbury & Sons Ltd, 23 cm high, 990 grams approx

A Tiffany Sterling Silver Water Jug, Mark Tiffany and Co 20th century, 20 cm high, 90gms

A Victorian period silver hot water jug, circular section, the bottom half with fluted decoration, gadrooned border, horn handle and finial. London 1891 by Dobson & Sons (Thomas William Dobson). Weight 626gms

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