Discover our collection of fine antique silver and silver plate claret jugs.
An unusual shape Victorian silver plated claret jug with a square shaped cut glass body. The mount is richly decorated with scrolls and flowers, a square, stepped and hinged lid and a cast floral handle. The conical shaped body has a star cut pattern on the base. (Circa 1890).
Good quality late Victorian silver plated claret jug with a plain mount, circular hinged lid and fluted shaped finial. The conical shaped clear glass body is covered with deep star cutting and is finished with a star cut base. (Circa 1900).
Unusual Victorian silver plated green glass claret jug with a hinged domed lid and engraved garland mount. The tapering cylindrical glass body is decorated with enamel scenes of wild flowers and butterflies. (Circa 1890).
Victorian silver plated claret jug. The circular hinged lid has the Cambridge University crest and is engraved C.U.A.C. (Cambridge University Athletics Club) Trinity Sports and dated 1894.
Edwardian WMF silver plated claret jug in the form of a duck with clear glass body, applied handle and hand engraved wings. (c.1910).
A very elegant Victorian silver claret jug with an engraved mount hinged lid and scroll handle. The glass body has been beautifully engraved with star cutting and two lattice style oval panels standing on a star cut foot. (1876)
A very stylish antique Edwardian silver claret jug with a plain mount and delicate beaded borders. The glass body is completely plain and stands on a circular star cut foot. (1902)
A very handsome antique Victorian silver mounted claret jug by William Charles Sissons. (1887)
Edwardian silver plate claret jug with a plain mount, hinged domed lid and round plain handle. The cut glass square shape body has four panells of star cutting and a star cut base. (c.1900)
A decorative Victorian silver plated wine jug by Hukin & Heath with a hinged, domed lid, Cherub finial, cast scrolling handle and Bacchus spout. The cylindrical body is richly embossed with musicians and dancing figures. (c.1880)