Browse our Collection of Antique Silver, Sterling Silver and Silver Plate Mugs, Cups, Tankards and Christening Cups and Gifts
A good quality Edwardian silver childs christening mug with a spiral fluted chased body without any engraving fluted scroll handle gilt interior and stands on splayed circular foot. In very good original condition. (1902).
A beautiful Victorian silver engraved child christening mug the body has hand engraved floral decoration an empty cartouche with a looped handle and stands on a circular splayed foot. In very good original condition. (1883).
An impressive large Art Nouveau style silver three handle loving cup or wine cooler in a circular form with three scroll handles and standing on three curved stylised bracket feet. In very good condition. (1926).
A very good condition George III 3/4 pint silver mug in a plain baluster form leaf cap scroll handle an playing body. Standing on a spreading foot. Without any inscriptions. (1772).
A very pretty late Victorian silver christening mug in a circular form with loop handle. Heavily chased with flowers and scrolls and with an empty oval cartouche. In very good original condition. (1898).
A very stylish and good quality boxed silver Garrard & Co Christening cup made of a good gauge of silver in a circular form with a cast angled handle standing on a ribbed circular base. In very good original condition. (1965).
A charming Mappin & Webb silver Victorian christening cup in a circular form with a gilt interior and looped handle. The body has been engraved with panels of ferns with an empty cartouche and stands on three ball feet. In very good condition. (1896).
A very smart plain Victorian silver beaker. The tapering circular body is completely plain and without inscriptions. In very good condition. (1876).
A very pretty and good quality antique Mappin & Webb silver Christening mug. The body is embossed with a spiral and floral decoration, empty cartouche and has a scroll leaf capped handle. (1901).
A beautiful early Victorian silver Christening mug in an inverted bell shape. The body has floral scenes and an empty cartouche. Scroll handle and stands on four foliate feet. In very good original condition. (1856).
A very good quality Georgian silver christening mug. Campana shaped with a chased floral band and fluted body. A cast dragen and floral scroll handle standing on splayed egg and dart pattern foot. In very good original condition. (1823).
A very ornate Georgian silver childs mug Christening mug in a campana shape with cast floral scroll handle. The body is heavily embossed with flowers and scrolls, gilt interior, empty cartouche standing on a circular chased, scalloped splayed foot. (1827).