Browse our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Mugs, Cups, Tankards and Christening Cups and Gifts
A very ornate Victorian electro formed silver plated lidded tankard with a cast scroll handle and ivory insulators. The hinged lid features a plaque with a female figural scene and the body has a band depicting musicians with their instruments. Standing on a splayed beaded foot. (Circa 1880).
A very charming antique George III silver christening mug in a baluster shape with a cast scroll handle embossed with flowers and scrolls, a gilt interior, an empty cartouche and standing on a splayed circular foot. (1763)
A beautiful good quality Victorian silver Christening mug with a scroll handle, embossed body with a grape and vine pattern and three cartouche, one engraved with initials. Manufactured from a good gauge of silver. Standing on a splayed beaded foot. In very good original condition. (1868).
A most unusual and decorative Victorian oak and silver plate pint tankard with a leaf scroll handle, empty cartouche and two winged Cherubs entwined in a floral wreath standing on a detachable splayed bead foot. in very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1895).
A very good quality early Victorian silver Christening mug in a waisted octagonal form, the eight panels are engraved with scrolls with three empty cartouche, standing on a cast reeded octagonal foot. In very good original condition. (1847).
A very unusual Edwardian good quality Irish silver mether, commonly used as a drinking vessel, standing on four curved stepped handles with a plain shaped body and a square crimped lip. This piece would also be suitable as a very stylish vase or a desk tidy. In very good original condition. (1903).
A pair of handsome late Victorian oak and silver plate beakers in a circular waisted form. The plated bands are engraved to simulate buckles. In very good silver plated condition. (Circa 1890).
An amusing antique Dutch silver Berthold Muller Edwardian miniature windmill shaped wager cup beautifully made with four moving parts. The sails rotate and there is a figure climbing a ladder to enter the windmill. In very good original condition. (1901).
A very decorative late Victorian oak and silver plated mug with a tapering rustic carved body, silver plated bands and a sheild shaped empty cartouch. In very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1900).
A very elegant Victorian silver Christening mug in a tapering cylindrical form with a reeded banded plain body, moulded rim foot and cast bracket style handle. Without inscriptions. In very good condition. (1874).
A beautiful Victorian silver Christening mug engraved with floral scenes with beaded mounts, scroll handle and an empty cartouch. In very good original condition. (1887).