Our Collection of Antique Silver and Silver Plate Christening Gifts
A charming early Victorian silver Christening childs cup with a campana shaped body chased with panels of Acanthus leaves and with a cast floral scroll handle and standing on a chased floral domed circular foot. Without engravings. (1842).
A superb quality Calcutta Hamilton & Co silver Christening mug in a circular form with a floral leaf cast scroll handle. The body has beautiful floral and scroll engraving with a name engraved in the cartouche. The four applied cast feet have floral and scroll decoration. (Circa 1820).
A beautiful Victorian silver Childs or Christening mug with hand engraved empty oval cartouche, floral scenes and punch beaded borders and gilt interior. The mug stands on a splayed stepped circular foot. (1883).
A very plain baluster shaped silver half pint Christening mug with a scroll and leaf handle standing on a circular stepped spreading foot, without any inscriptions. (1950).
A decorative Victorian silver half pint Christening mug hand chased in a pineapple style with scroll handle and a shaped empty cartouche standing on a splayed stepped circular foot. (1863).
Edwardian silver christening mug with a completely plain cylindrical body without inscriptions, a curved shaped handle and stepped splayed base. (1910).
A Dublin silver Child's mug with a plain body, cast Celtic style mount, scroll handle and standing on a splayed plain circular foot. In very good condition without any engravings. (1961).
A very good quality Victorian silver egg cup with a space to engrave. The bowl if fluted with matching the spreading base and finished with a beaded border. (1889).
Victorian silver Christening mug hand engraved around the body with scenes of flowers, gilt interior and with an empty circular cartouche. (1901).
Art Nouveau antique silver two piece boxed Christening set with beautiful Art Nouveau style handles, without inscriptions or initials. Fitted in their original velvet lined box. (1902).
Victorian two piece silver Christening set comprising a fork and spoon which have been beautifully engraved with flowers and an empty cartouch. In their original fitted and purple velvet lined box. (1891).