Sterling Silver Jugs / Ewers in William & Mary Livery Jug Style, 1907-1908, Pair

Sterling Silver Jugs / Ewers in William & Mary Livery Jug Style, 1907-1908, Pair
CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE
1907-1908 England
A gorgeous pair of antique solid silver jugs creates in the style of William and Mary late 17th century style. Each jug has a plate hinged lid with an applied pattern on the lid. The bodies feature a delicate hammered effect and each jug stands on spread pedestal feet. As with the purpose of the original Livery jugs, these are perfect for serving drink, wine, water or beer as desired.
The jugs are made in Britannia silver.

Made in London in 1907 & 1908 by George Fox.

Approx. weight 2982g / 95.9oz
Approx. height 24.5 cm
Approx. width includes handle 20 cm
Approx. diameter at rim 14.8 cm

These jugs are in very good condition with no damage.

Both jugs have a full English Hallmark on the side and are part marked on the lid.

Stock code: WIN01 DIN01.
Made in England
Date - 1907-1908
Maker - George Fox

Height 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Width 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)
Depth 0.39 inch (1.00 cm)

CONDITION

Good

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver
£4,950

More items like this

Make An Enquiry