A Greek Silver Mug: Vapheio Cup replicaSOLD

This beautiful little silver mug is Greek silver, and a replica of a very ancient Minoan cup found in Vapheio, in mainland greece. It depicts the famous Minoan bull leapers, elegantly chased around the cup. It features a spool handle.

It is marked 925 inside, and I imagine it is mid-20th century. A pretty little museum replica in Sterling silver, and in excellent condition.

Type: mug
Function: drinking
Country: Greek

Need more info? Contact James Baldwin Antiques regarding this item.

A Tiffany Silver Christening Mug

This sterling silver christening mug was made by Tiffany and Co, and has never been used. It comes in its original retail box and tarnish proof...... More Details

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...... More Details

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...... More Details

A Britannia Standard Silver Mug in the Queen Anne Style

This stunning silver mug is both large and heavy, and of excellent quality. It is of the rare "Britannia" standard, which is slightly purer than...... More Details