Description and Details
This ornate Victorian silver mug was made by silversmith Edward Ker Reid in London, 1856.
Featuring a unique foot with an intricate flower shaped base with stippled textures in addition to a mint condition gilt interior, this mug certainly presents a vivid and captivating design.
The exterior of the mug has a high polish finish and is embellished with a bright cut design of roses. The centre features a vacant cartouche - ideal for monogramming as a present to someone special.
The mug's upper flared rim features a subtle border for ease of drinking a softer sensation for the lips and the handle is fairly large with an embedded thumbpiece for further ergonomics.
The mug is fully hallmarked with the maker's mark, date mark (1856), silver lion, Victorian head and the London assay mark.
A mint condition Victorian silver mug ideal for display or practical usage for yourself or as a gift to someone.
- Stippled heightened relief foot.
- Captivating high polish finish with bright cut roses and a vacant cartouche.
- Mint condition exterior and interior gilding.
- Size (mm) W:75mm (110mm Inc Handle) H:115mm (Inc handle)
- Size (inches) W:2.95 (4.33 Inc Handle) H:4.52 (Inc handle)
- Weight: 196 Grams (6.91 oz)
Excellent Condition - Please bear in mind the item is antique and may show very slight signs of surface wear. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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