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 still very clear. The mug has a flat bottom with dedication engraving. 

 

Although the mug has minor scratches, it is still in very good condition.

 

 


Type: mug
Function: drinking
Country: England

Price: £ 595 GBP

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