Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this wonderful Art Nouveau solid silver mug made in London, 1903.
Skillfully crafted during the popularity of Art Nouveau, this Edwardian mug features an elegant and intricate design of a plain and minimalist base with a beautifully chased floral design on both sides.
The handle is also applied in an Art Nouveau fashion with its terminals designed as leaves that wonderfully complement the overall aesthetics of this mug.
The interior of the mug is fully gilt with a rich and lustrous gold-tone which not only contrasts the external silver-tone well but also adds a layer of protection from the contents oxidising the silver.
The front of the mug is not engraved/monogrammed and thus is ideal for presentation or should you wish, for adding your own personal engravings (e.g. as a christening mug).
Full set of English hallmarks are marked on the side of the mug, however, the marks are rubbed.
A unique and ideal solid silver mug for collectors of Art Nouveau articles - an elegant and beautiful piece of fine Edwardian silverware ideal for presentation, display or personal usage.
- Beautiful Art Nouveau Design.
- An excellent gauge of silver and quality.
- Practical with no leaks/issues.
- Size (mm) W:57mm (90 inc handle) H:100mm
- Size (inches) W:2.24 (3.54 inc handle) H:3.93
- Weight: 145 grams (5.11 oz)
Excellent Condition - The mug is in excellent antique condition with no major damage or leaks. For accuracy: there are some minor surface scratches as expected with its age. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
Artisan Antiques offers a Global Free Shipping Service with discreet packaging and delivery. We will always ensure you receive the item and see the delivery through to the end.
*All parcels are insured - all shipping liabilities other than import/customs duty, are covered by Artisan Antiques.
*Colours of the product may slightly differ from the photos due to different computer screens & lighting conditions*
- Price negotiations may be possible under certain criteria, please contact us via telephone (07578761640) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) -