Our Collection of Antique Silver and Silver Plate Christening Gifts
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 very smart silver three piece Christening set in a plain simple design consisting egg cup, napkin ring and spoon with matching hallmarks fitted in the original hinged box. Without inscriptions. (1922).
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).
An unusual silver jar charmingly decorated with baby inscribed in blue enamel on the hinged lid. The interior is gilt and the body is embossed with floral decoration. In very good original condition. (1916).
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).
A charming late Victorian silver plated Christening mug with a tapered cylindrical body engraved with floral scenes, an empty cartouch and a bracket style handle. In very good original silver plate condition. (Circa 1895).
A very good quality Victorian Thomas Bradbury silver plated Christening mug in a tapered cylindrical form with a beaded and floral engraved body without any inscriptions a plain scroll handle and a diamond registration mark. In good re-plated condition. (Circa 1875).
An attractive Victorian silver plated Christening mug with a baluster shaped body embossed with floral and scroll decoration an empty shaped cartouch and applied figural handle standing on a domed beaded circular foot. in very good re-plated condition. (Circa 1880).