This exceptional antique George VI sterling silver mug has a plain oval tapering, flared form onto an oval spreading foot.
The surface of this sterling silver christening mug is plain and has a subtle planished finish.
This fine example of antique silverware is fitted with a cast sterling silver handle, accented with an incurved handpiece, in addition to ribbed designs.
This impressive 1930s silver mug was crafted by the renowned and highly collectable silversmith Robert Edgar Stone; the underside of the mug bears R. E. Stone's signature in addition to the full hallmarks.
Such signed examples are highly desirable.
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