Browse our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Mugs, Cups, Tankards and Christening Cups and Gifts
A good quality antique Victorian silver pint mug with a plain tapering cylindrical body decorated with two reeded bands and a scroll handle. An engraved family crest featuring a Lion can be found in the centre plain band. (1865)
A very good Georgian style large antique silver Christening mug with a plain body, without inscriptions, scroll handle and stands on a circular stepped spreading foot. (1919).
A charming early Victorian silver Christening childs cup with a campana shaped body chased with panels of Acanthus leaves and with a cast floral scroll handle and standing on a chased floral domed circular foot. Without engravings. (1842).
A very impressive Newcastle George III baluster shaped silver pint mug with deep chased Rococo flowers and scrolling foliage with an empty cartouche and a leaf capped double scroll handle. The interior is gilt and stands on a cast decorated spreading foot. (Circa 1780).
A very good quality Victorian baluster shaped silver pint mug chased with Rococo flowers and scrolling foliage and with an empty oval cartouche, gilt interior, a leaf capped double scroll handle and standing on a spreading beaded foot. (1864).
A superb quality Calcutta Hamilton & Co silver Christening mug in a circular form with a floral leaf cast scroll handle. The body has beautiful floral and scroll engraving with a name engraved in the cartouche. The four applied cast feet have floral and scroll decoration. (Circa 1820).
A beautiful Victorian silver Childs or Christening mug with hand engraved empty oval cartouche, floral scenes and punch beaded borders and gilt interior. The mug stands on a splayed stepped circular foot. (1883).
An oversized Victorian tapering cylindrical silver beaker engraved with floral scenes and an empty cartouche. This would be perfect as a flower vase as it stands 17.1cm (6.75") high. (1875).
A very plain baluster shaped silver half pint Christening mug with a scroll and leaf handle standing on a circular stepped spreading foot, without any inscriptions. (1950).
A decorative Victorian silver half pint Christening mug hand chased in a pineapple style with scroll handle and a shaped empty cartouche standing on a splayed stepped circular foot. (1863).
Edwardian silver christening mug with a completely plain cylindrical body without inscriptions, a curved shaped handle and stepped splayed base. (1910).
A Dublin silver Child's mug with a plain body, cast Celtic style mount, scroll handle and standing on a splayed plain circular foot. In very good condition without any engravings. (1961).