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 lemonade jugs is the beautifully engineered glass insert, which serves as an ice container. The insert features a sterling silver lid.

The jug stands 21 centimetres (8.3 inches) tall and the base measures 15.8 centimetres (6.2 inches) in diameter.

A rare and stylish item!


Price: £ 1,485 GBP

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