Browse our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Mugs, Cups, Tankards and Christening Cups and Gifts
A charming George II silver Christening mug with a chased floral and scroll baluster form body and a leaf capped scroll handle. Initialed in the cartouch and standing on an egg and dart decorated spreading foot. (1794).
A masculine very good quality plain silver childs mug or cup with an applied mid band, scroll handle and standing on a splayed foot. Without engraved initials. (1919).
Victorian silver plated childs cup or christening mug engraved with flowers with a concaved body a shaped cast decorated scalloped base. (c.1890).
Edwardian silver child mug or Christening mug. The body is hand chased with flowers and scrolls and has an empty shield cartouche, loop handle and gilt interior. (1909)
A very handsome Georgian style silver pint mug with a plain tapering cylindrical body with two turned reeded bands standing on a circular raised foot. (1946)
A very charming early Victorian tapering cylindrical shaped silver Christening mug with beaded borders, engraved body with garlands and flowers, an oval empty cartouche and a scroll handle. (1869)
An early Victorian silver Christening mug with a waisted cylindrical body and panels chased with floral scenes and original gilt interior. (1854)
A good quality Edwardian Carrington and Co half pint mug with a cylindrical tapering body. (1909)
A pair of vase shaped two handled silver golf trophy cups and covers. (c.1936)
A very good quality antique Victorian cylindrical christening mug. (c.1870)
Delightful Victorian silver christening mug with a loop handle. (c.1898)
An ornate baluster style Victorian silver christening mug. Circa 1860