Georgian Silver Cream Jug - London 1806 - John Munns


Georgian Silver Cream Jug - London 1806 - John Munns

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Georgian Silver Cream Jug - London 1806 - John Munns:
$116


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Item: - Silver Cream Jug
Description: - Stunning Georgian silver cream jug, classic baluster form with bright cut decoration to the body. Scroll handle and stands atop a flat base. A fine period item made by a respected maker of the period.
Assay: - London SterlingSilver (.925 Fineness)

Date: - 1806 Period: - 18th CenturyEngraved: - JMaker: - John MunnsMeasurement: - 85 mmHigh x 115 mm (1 inch = 25.4mm) Weight: - 94 grams

Condition: good condition, light surface marks from general use, a superb collectable piece.

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Georgian Silver Cream Jug - London 1806 - John Munns:
$116

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