A silver mounted and cut glass claret jug by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1904; together with a salver, christening jug, cigarette case and a pair of fish servers  (6)
Lot 303
A silver mounted and cut glass claret jug by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1904; together with a salver, christening jug, cigarette case and a pair of fish servers (6)
Sold for £775 (US$ 1,302) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver mounted and cut glass claret jug
by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Birmingham 1904
Tapering cylindrical form with angular handle, the hinged dome lid with pierced thumbpiece; together with a silver salver, by Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1911, shaped circular form with gadroon border, with central presentation inscription, raised on four claw and ball feet, a Victorian christening mug, by Edward & John Barnard, London 1857, profusely embossed with flowers and central c-scroll cartouche engraved with initials, with leaf-capped double scroll handle and raised on an applied acanthus leaf base, a cigarette case, by Henry Charles Freeman, Birmingham 1902, concave-rectangular form, with presentation inscription and gilt interior, and a pair of matched fish servers, the knife by John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1832, the fork, by Richard Martin & Ebenezer Hall, Sheffield 1883, with bone handles and pierced decoration to the tine and blade, weight 19oz. (6)
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