A George III silver cream jug, Sheffield 1793, together with a further George III silver cream jug, marks rubbed, an early 20th century silver cream jug and a silver Channel Islands form cream jug, total weight approx 12.5oz (4)
Sold for £170
Sheffield 1793 example- makers mark for John Young and Sons, possible small repair to the end of the handle, general wear, refer to images
George III example- Newcastle Assay mark, makers mark appears to be 'T.W.' date mark rubbed, dents and dings throughout, repair to body where monogram engraving is located, refer to images
20th century example- William Aitken, Birmingham 1916, some dents and creases to the body, general wear, refer to images
Channel Islands example- hallmarks rubbed, creases and dents to the body, repairs to body join and handle, general wear, refer to images
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