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 very good quality Victorian cast silver plated Childs mug in a circular form with engraved empty floral cartouche, cast scroll grape and vine handle standing on a stepped circular base. In very good replated condition. (c.1885)
A very charming Victorian silver christening mug in a cylindrical form with looped handle. The body has been embossed with floral panels and has an empty cartouche. In very good original condition. (1876).
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 smart looking late Victorian oak and silver plated pint mug with a tapering banded body, angled scroll handle and an empty shield shape cartouch. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1895).
A very plain silver Christening mug in a George III style. The tapering cylindrical body has a scroll handle standing on a spreading circular foot. Without engravings. In very good original condition. (1925).
A very ornate and fine quality Victorian electrotype silver plated stein beer jug with hops around the neck. The hinged lid features a figure of a man drinking beer. The body is decorated with figural scenes of Cavaliers, horsemen and females with children. In very good re-plated condition. (c.1875).