A Victorian Silver Cream JugSOLD

This Cream Jug was made by Pair Point Brothers, it is marked for London and dated 1899.

This lovely cream jug is made in the Georgian manner.  Originally jugs of this design were made in the 1760's-1770's but this is a Victorian re-visitation of the style. The originals where rather thin while this is very well made and is rather heavy.

The cream jug weighs 116g and measures 11cm to the lip and stands 10cm tall.

It is in excellent condition with no damage or repair.

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