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A Fine Quality Art Deco Lemonade Jug in Sterling Silver

A very rare item in sterling silver, this fine Edwardian lemonade jug was made by John Grinsell & Sons in Birmingham in 1911. The defining characteristic of... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Continental Pattern Tea Strainer

This fine silver tea strainer was made by Georg Jensen in Continental Pattern, and bears London Import marks for 1931.  Continental was designed by Jensen... More Details & Photos

An Arts & Crafts Mazer Bowl By Thomas Bradbury & Sons

This charming mazer bowl was made by famous silversmith Thomas Bradbury & Sons, in Sheffield 1923. Mazer, shallow bowls without handles, used to be popular... More Details & Photos

A Georgian Silver Mug 1814

This Georgian silver mug, barrel shaped with plain angular "D" shaped handle, was made in London 1814.  The maker mark was rubbed, but other hall marks are... More Details & Photos

A Georg Jensen Silver Christening Mug

This hand hammered sterling silver christening mug was made by Georg Jensen in 1925. It is beautifully made, and a fine example of Denmark's answer to Art Nouveau... More Details & Photos