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Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)

An exceptional, fine and impressive, antique William IV English sterling silver cream jug; an addition to our silver teaware collection

SKU: A7702
Price: £995.00
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Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)
Sterling Silver Cream Jug - Antique William IV (1831)

Description


This exceptional antique sterling silver cream jug has a baluster shaped form onto a domed pedestal and an octagonal shaped spreading foot.


The body of this silver cream jug is embellished with chased floral ornamentation accented with scrolling leaf designs and panels of scale textures.


The decoration to the body incorporates a scroll bordered vacant cartouche to one side.


The lower portion of the body is encompassed with the contemporary engraved inscription 'Presented by the South Devon Agricultural Society to Richard Anthony for the best managed Farm under 150 acres'.


The rim of this 1830s cream jug is embellished with an applied alternating shell decorated border.


This fine example of antique silverware is fitted with an impressive cast antique mystical fish decorated handle ornamented with scale decoration.


The domed circular portion of the foot is encircled with a band of floral and scrolling leaf decoration.


The interior of this antique silver cream jug retains the original gilding.


Learn more about the history of the milk/cream jug


Date: 1831

Condition


This antique 1830s cream jug is an exceptional gauge of silver, exceptional quality and in exceptional presentation condition.

The applied and chased decoration is very sharp.

Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the spout have wear in keeping with age and location; the maker’s mark has wear but remains legible.


Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this example of antique silverware.


Dimensions


Length from back of handle to tip of lip 15.6cm/6.1"

Width 9.8cm/3.9"

Diameter of base 1cm/0.4"

Height to top of handle 12cm/4.7"


Weight


9.5 troy ounces/295g


 
 
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Andrew Campbell started trading in antiques during the 1970s. Initially, Andrew lived in the South of England, travelling the country, searching for items of silver to buy. Andrew sold these items at various London markets and antique fairs. Over time, and through selling at a range of venues, Andrew built up a large and diverse customer base from private buyers to national and international trade customers.
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