Our Collection of Antique Silver and Silver Plate Christening Gifts
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).
An attractive Victorian silver Christening mug with a floral scroll handle. The body has been chased with scrolls and foliage panels and an empty cartouche standing on a splayed beaded foot. In very good original condition. (1882).
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).
A very pretty late Victorian silver Christening mug. The cylindrical body has a looped handle beautifully hand engraved body decorated with floral garland scenes, oval empty cartouche and gilt interior. In very good original condition. (1900).
A charming Victorian silver childs christening mug in a circular form with a cast floral handle. Embossed body with panels of flowers, an empty cartouche and stands on a splayed beaded foot. in very good original condition. (1862)
A charming Victorian silver boxed Christening set comprising tea cup, saucer and tea spoon fitted in their original shaped red velvet lined box. The cup and saucer have a spiral chased fluting design and matching Albany pattern tea spoon. In very good original condition. (1892).
A very stylish good quality vase shaped Asprey silver Christening mug made from a thick gauge of silver. Plain reed body, scroll handle and stands on a circular stepped foot. In very good original condition without inscriptions. (1924).
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 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).