A Victorian Silver Claret Jug made in London by Horace Woodward & Co in 1898SOLD

This Victorian Sterling Silver Claret Jug was made in London by Horace Woodward & Co in 1898. It is in magnificent condition, beautifully chased, with a star cut base.

The Claret Jug Measures 23cm tall and 17cm wide (From handle to spout).

It is in excellent condition, with no damage or repair.




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