A very handsome Georgian style silver pint mug with a plain tapering cylindrical body with two turned reeded bands standing on a circular raised foot. (1946)
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|Maker||James Dixon & Sons Ltd|
|Width of Base||9.5cm (3.75")|
A very handsome Georgian style silver pint mug with a plain tapering cylindrical body with two turned reeded bands standing on a circular raised foot. In very good original condition.
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