A Victorian silver cream jug by Hilliard and Thomson Birming...





A Victorian silver cream jug by Hilliard and Thomson Birmingham 1882, 9.5cm high, together with two cauldron form mustards and three spoons (at fault) gross weight 5.15 0zt (6)

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Jug: Condition is poor. There is very heavy denting to the foot, meaning the jug leans forward slightly. The lip is also heavily bent. Some misshaping of the handle. However there are no splits or signs of repair, and the hallmarks are clear.

Mustards: Condition very poor. Both examples have large punctures to the bowls, and there is indication of solder repair to the legs on both examples. Hallmarks are very worn.

Spoons: Overall fair - all show moderate to heavy signs of wear. Larger examples show moderate amount of denting and some bending to the handles. None show splitting or signs of repair.

Auction Date: 14th Apr 2021 at 9am

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Sale Dates:
14th Apr 2021 9am (Lots 1 to 654)