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A rare Russian silver tankard having gold wash interior, 13 cm high

Russian silver and enamel beaker, of cylindrical form, decorated with an enamel portrait of 'Edward VII and Queen Alexandra/ Crowned June 1902', height 7 cm

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

A sterling silver beaker, engraved "ray Thorburn Mcgaw from his Grandmother, 30th May 1903", height 10 cm, Wt. 163g

A George III silver tankard, Thomas and George Hayter, London 1822, The base inscribed Isaac Hardman, 11.5 cm high

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

Edwardian HM sterling silver shaving mug, Birmingham 1900, maker Deakin & Francis, height 9 cm. Wt.198g

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 Victorian sterling silver octagonal Christening mug by Joseph Angell, London 1863, 10 cm high, 130 grams

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

A George I silver lidded tankard 1722 London, the mark of William Darker tapering form with domed lid note: old repair to lid hinge height 17.5 cm, weight: 649gms

A George III sterling silver tapering straight sided tankard with domed cover by John Langland I and John Robertson I, Newcastle 1780, 18.5 cm high, 700 grams

Magnificent pair of Edwardian sterling silver Toasting beakers, hallmarked, Sheffield, 1895, R & B, with slightly flared lips above a reeded border on lobed spiraled body on domed circular foot, with gilt interior

Victorian sterling silver Christening mug, hallmarked Birmingham 1871, Hilliard & Thomason maker, 80g approx.

Geo. III sterling silver tankard, hallmarked London 1814, maker W.E, 297g approx.

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

Two sterling silver Christening tankards, comprising one engraved R.M.B. January 12th 1920, stamped 'Birmingham sterling' (6 cm, 59g), and another monogrammed Mb, stamped 'sterling' (6.2 cm, 90g). (dented)

A George VI sterling silver Christening tankard, monogrammed Amh and dated 12-1-51, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1942. Weight 91g. Height 7.8 cm. (dents).

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

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