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    Victorian Silver Mounted Claret Jug with Clear Glass Ovoid Shape

    Victorian Silver Mounted Claret Jug with Clear Glass Ovoid Shape

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    About this item

    A very stylish Victorian silver mounted claret jug with a clear glass ovoid shape spiral cut body embossed spiral design hinged lid, plain silver mount and curved handle.

    Maker: Hasler Brothers, London, England.


    Weight : 759g
    Width of base : 7.6cm
    Condition : In very good original condition.
    Materials : Silver, Cut Glass
    Origin : British, English, London Assay Office
    Manufacture Date : 1891

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    Additional Information

    Code

    CJUG-P06339

    Dimensions

    W: 11.4cm  (4.5")H: 22.8cm  (9")

    Period

    19th Century, Victorian (1837 to 1901)

    Nationality

    British

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    Piers Rankin Antique Silver

    Berkshire, United Kingdom

    Piers began his career with the good fortune of obtaining a 6 year apprenticeship with the London and New York company of silver dealers, S J Shrubsole. At the same time, he studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art and in 1979, received a City & Guild London Institute Diploma in Silversmith work...