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Christopher Dresser design silver plated claret jug by Robert & Belk with an ivory handle, starburst cut base & a hinged lid. Condition: good to fair, some wear to the plating, crack through the ivory, minor weat to the base. Height 21.5 cm

Victorian Christopher Dresser letter toast rack, silver plated circa 1881, 12 cm high 12 cm wide, bearing makers mark for Hukin & Heath (Birmingham). The firm was established in Birmingham in 1855 by Jonathan Wilson Hukin and John Thomas Heath. The fir

19th century silver plated biscuit barrel Japanoiserie style design by Christopher Dresser birds to sides measures 25 cm high

Mappin & Webb silver plated & glass claret jug, after Christopher Dresser design, 16 cm high

Christopher Dresser claret jug, silver plated mount on crystal, made by James Dixon, late 19th century. 30 cm.

Dr. Christopher Dresser design claret jug, c.1880's, attributed to Hukin and Heath London, the jug has a silver plated mount with ebonised wood, handle and tapered glass bowl with cutting to base. Height 23.5 cm. Dr Christopher Dresser (1834-1904) was a de

Christopher Dresser, claret jug, silver plated mounts and ebony handle, impressed makers marks and model number 2267, designed for Hukin & Heath 1881, stamped on lid Hardy Bros.

A Dr Christopher Dresser design silver plate-mounted claret jug manufactured by Hukin & Heath, the clear glass of tapering cylindrical or beaker form with a star cut base, the collar marked H & H with the bird cipher and registration diamond, the lower und