A George II silver tankard and cover John swift / London /, circa 1755, of plain tapering form with a girdle to lower body, flanked by a double scroll handle, all above a spreading circular foot, approximately 910 gms silver, 20.5 cm total height
Interesting 18th century silver beaker, marked with Augsberg and Berlin mark, in the form of a barrel, with textured wood grain surface, the underside engraved with armorial to underside, total weight 104gm, height 8.5 cm
George I sterling silver tankard, hallmarked, London, 1724, Arthur Dicken, of slight baluster form, with a folded lip, above an engraved armorial, raised on circular foot, with s-scroll handle, total weight 297gm
Three items of Russian .875 silver two miniature beakers and a compact; and a small Hungarian .800 silver pin dish, 1908-1922 Kiev, with second Kokoshnik mark and maker's stamps for Israel Eseevich Zakhoder, two small bright cut beakers; a shell shaped
A George I Britannia standard silver tankard by Mathew Madden, London 1716, of tapering cylindrical form with reeded band, the bifurcated capped thumb piece and scrolled handle engraved St, makers mark 'Ma', 617 grams, 17 cm high
A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver tankard by James Rood, London 1711, of slight tapering cylindrical form with bifurcated thumb piece and scrolling handle engraved Rh, the flattened cover with reeded rim, 569 grams, 16.5 cm high
A large Queen Anne Britannia standard silver tankard by John Gibbons, London 1706, of slight tapering cylindrical form engraved with crest, corkscrew thumb piece and scrolled handle engraved Ske, stepped domed cover, 1050 grams, 21.5 cm high
George II sterling silver half pint tankard baluster shape with acanthus top scroll handle, the whole repousse decorated with shell cartouche, flowers and scrolls, makers William Shaw & William Priest, London, date letter worn, circa 1750
George II sterling silver half pint tankard baluster shape decorated in low relief with a huntsman and dog in a landscape within a floral and scroll surround, with acanthus topped handle, London, 1763, maker Francis Crump
A George III silver baluster mug, C-scroll framed relief floral embossed panels, quartered shield engraved armorial crest, acanthus leaf thumbpiece to the double-scroll handle. London 1797 by George Gray. 336gms. Provenance: The Hursthouse collection.
English hallmarked sterling silver Victorian Christening mug having a round hand-chased body with floral and scroll-work decoration, an elaborate scrolled handle, sitting on a raised floral pedestal foot, London, 1863, maker Chawner & Co, height 10.7 c
English hallmarked sterling silver George V Christening mug having a round bellied body, a scroll handle with Anthemion leaf thumb-piece, hand beaten interior & sitting on a pedestal foot, London, 1911, makers mark rubbed, height 8.3 cm, weight 135g
George III sterling silver quart tankard, mark of William Shaw & William Priest, London, 1758, of plain tapering form with deer engraving and applied girdle, the handle terminating with a leaf and bearing initials 'JCA', the stepped-dome hinged
George III sterling silver mug and cream jug, mark of Francis Crump, London, 1768 and 1769, later chased and engraved with floral and scrolling motifs, both with leaf-capped scroll handles, on circular feet, hallmarked (2), approx. Weight 233 grams, 211 gr
A fine Victorian sterling silver rococo revival mug, 1848 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably George Unite, the pedestal baluster mug with an applied rim, scrolling acanthus to the handle with spur, and profusely embossed and chased with flora,
A George II silver baluster shape tankard and two silver Christening mugs i) 1765 London, the mark of William Grundy height 10.3 cm, weight: 215gms ii) two sterling silver Christening mugs early 20th century one Birmingham marks the other Birks, USA height
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