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An Italian modernist 925 silver pitcher, of dimpled form, hallmarked maker BR, probably Brandimarte Firenze, 661 grams, 19 cm high

English hallmarked sterling silver George I lidded jug having a plain round bellied body, a hinged lid & cast urn-shaped finial, sparrow-beak spout, scroll handle, & sitting on a pedestal foot, London, 1725, maker John Eckford II, height 17.2 cm, w

Victorian sterling silver creamer jug, hallmarked London 1857 (Edward Joseph, Aldersgate Street, London), 8.5 cm high, 102 grams approx, spout damaged

A Kenneth Tyler key sterling silver jug, wicker covered handle, Birmingham 1969, height 12 cm, 156 g

Victorian sterling silver creamer jug, hallmarked London 1857 (Edward Joseph, Aldersgate Street, London), 8.5 cm high, 102 grams approx, spout damaged

Sterling silver topped whisky tot jug, hallmarked Birmingham 1913, 10 cm approx.

A late Georgian silver barrel shaped jug, with encircling reeded band and rim. Maker's mark BP probably for Benjamin Preston, c.1825.

A pair of sterling silver mounted decanters, each with pear shaped glass body. Surmounted by plain silver top and scroll form handle with beaded surround. Stepped circular base with matching beaded detail. Hallmarked: Sheffield 1901-02. Height 29 cm.

Egyptian silver carafe and tray, height 29 cm [tray] 20 cm 756 g

Silver jug, 20th century, decorated with oak leaf borders, the handle embellished with leaves, unmarked, approx. Weight 641 grams

A Victorian sterling silver creamer and a Christening mug, 1861 London with maker's mark for Chawner & Co and early 20th century Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Deakin & Sons, a baluster shaped pedestal creamer of plain form and a p

A late George II sterling silver creamer, 1756 London, with apparently no maker's mark, the pear shaped jug embossed and chased with rococo decoration with three curvaceous legs with hoof feet and acanthus mounts, with an ear form handle; hallmarked un

A 20th century silver ecclesiastical jug by Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, of elongated form with cross finial, 28 cm high, 413 grams

A sterling silver four piece Bachelor coffee service with matched tray, by Hardy Brothers and Edward Barnard & Sons, with ivory handles the two pots and sugar bowl by Edward Barnard & Sons, the tray of a later date and the jug matched both by Hardy

Art Nouveau Russian silver jug, Moscow (maker BA), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 9 cm high, 122 grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian Imperial silver jug, Moscow circa 1908 (Aleksandr Krivovichev), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 10.2 cm high, 118 grams approx

A George II sterling silver bulbous beer jug by Richard Bayley, London 1740 later embossed with scenes of revellers in an inn after Tenier and a bacchanalian mask, 18 cm high, 675 grams

Set of 12 George V sterling silver & cut glass Whiskey Noggins with clear conical bodies, star cut bases, eleven with sterling silver whiskey labels, Birmingham & London, 1920-22

A George IV silver jug of campagna form with gadroon edge decoration. Sponsor's mark for Richard Pearce, London circa 1825. 8 cm high, 131g.

Two sterling silver creamers, 20th century, London and other, with maker's marks for William Thorneywork and Israel Freeman. a small gadrooned boat shaped creamer with a bracket handle, and a later bulbous creamer with a threaded handle and similar rim

A sterling silver sugar & creamer, Birmingham 1913, 164 grams

A Victorian sterling silver creamer, London 1839, Joseph & Albert Savory, 139 grams

Two Edwardian sterling silver pedestal creamers, 1906 Chester, with maker's marks for Nathan & Hayes, and 1908 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Adams Ltd, a Neoclassically inspired creamer of elegant tapering form with a vertical rib

A Georgian sterling silver pedestal jug, 1769 London, with maker's mark El for probably Edward Lowe, the bulbous waisted pedestal jug with an embossed beaded rim and ear form handle, the domed and spreading base with engraved thread designs; hallmarked

A Georgian sterling silver creamer, 1791 London, with maker's mark for Peter & Ann Bateman, the helmet shaped pedestal jug with a high set threaded handle, beaded rims, bright cut and prickworked decoration throughout, and raised on a squared base;

A Georgian Scottish sterling silver creamer, early 19th century Edinburgh, rubbed date and maker's mark for George Fenwick, the neoclassical styled creamer of tiered oval form raised on four ball feet, having a threaded rim, a thread edged bracket hand

A Victorian sterling silver jug, 1898 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons, the ovoid compressed jug with a waisted collar, having a gadroon rim, strap form bracket handle, and profusely chased to the upper body with a deep border of

A George III sterling silver creamer, 1836 London, with maker's marks for Charles Thomas fox, the creamer of compressed and lobed form tapering to a conforming base, a threaded serpentine rim with an embossed and chased fruit and floral border to the c

Early Victorian hallmarked sterling silver footed jug. London 1842, makers Edward Barnard and John Barnard. Embossed decoration. Monogrammed and crested. Height 19 cm Wt. 279g

A Victorian silver jug, with embossed continuous rural landscape with horses and figures, maker: Jacobes J Oosterbaan, London 1894, 256gm

An early Victorian Irish silver jug and matching sugar bowl both flower head decoration. Maker: James Fry, Dublin, 1838, total weight 660gm.

A Victorian sterling silver beer jug with embossed floral decoration and flower heads by Robert Hennell, London 1864 with presentation inscription 'To Ec Cracknell by a few of his friends on his return from Europe, 1877', 26 cm high, 1060 grams

A Victorian sterling silver sugar bowl & creamer, 1893 London, with maker's marks for Walter & John Barnard, with neoclassical styling, the bowl and creamer of boat shape form with bracket handles, gentle waists, the lower bodies with undulatin

An elegant George III sterling silver creamer, 1805 London, without maker's mark. the boat shaped creamer of typical neoclassical styling with a threaded rim and bracket handle with delicate prick worked and bright cut borders, engraved 'Elizabeth

An American sterling silver thread edged pedestal teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, early 20th century, with maker's mark for Watson & Co and marked sterling. the elegant set of tapering quatrefoil profile, the teapot with a pointed dome lid with mat

A George III sterling silver sugar bowl and similar creamer, 1807 & 1810, London, creamer and bowl respectively, with maker's marks to creamer for Charles fox I or Crispin Fuller, maker's mark to bowl obscured, both of compressed rectangular ne

George II sterling silver pint tankard/jug plain baluster form, the hinged domed lid with chair back thumbpiece, (old repair to hinge), full marks to base and lid, 3 initials to top of handle, London, 1755, maker R C

A sterling silver sugar and creamer, Birmingham 1926, 456 grams

A George III silver creamer, ovoid shape raised on circular spreading foot and with flying S-scroll handle, the body embossed with foliate designs and vacant cartouche. London 1817. 70gms. Height 11.5 cm

A stylish sterling silver creamer and sugar bowl Duo 1912/13 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Deakin & Francis. The low form shallow creamer and bowl raised on pedestals, each with wide plain borders to the rim and exaggerated flaring square form