A Georgian Silver Mug 1735SOLD

This Georgian silver mug was made in London 1735, probably by John Fawdrey. It is of very good quality, heavy and of excellent gauge. It is as good an example of an Antique silver pint mug I have seen. The Georgian silver mug has excellent patina and beautiful soft wear, and is a lovely colour.

A very fine Georgian silver pint mug in superb condition with no damage or repair.

Type: mug
Function: drinking
Maker: John Fawdrey
Country: England

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