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The silver beer jug became a popular household item during the early 18th Century, with the desirable, baluster shaped, ‘Sparrow Beak’ style first seen around 1720, a form which is still as popular today. During the Regency and Victorian periods, more elaborate examples were produced, and in the 20th Century Art Deco, Arts & Crafts and Modernist designs have been made. Beer is as popular today in England as it has always been, and a silver beer jug makes an ideal addition for any ale drinker.
Hallmarked In 1816
Hallmarked in London in in 1816 by Thomas Wallis II & Jonathan Hayne, this Regency Period, Antique Sterling Silver Water Jug or Beer Jug, features gadroon borders, an engraved crest to one side, and an ornate spout. The water jug measures 8"(20.5cm) tall, by 8.5"(21.5cm) from handle to spout and weighs 34 troy ounces.
£2,475ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1965
Hallmarked in London in in 1965 by C. J. Vander, this handsome, Sterling Silver Beer Jug, is made in the George III style. The beer jug measures 8.5"(21.5cm) tall, by 4.75"(12.5cm) in diameter and weighs 24.5 troy ounces.
£2,675ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1755
Hallmarked in London in 1755 by John Robinson II, this fine, George II, Antique Sterling Silver Beer Jug or Water Jug, has a baluster shape, a 'Sparrow Beak' spout, reed borders and a scroll handle. The water jug measures 8"(20cm) tall, by 7"(18cm) from handle to spout and weighs 18.9 troy ounces.
£3,975ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
Hallmarked In 1928
Hallmarked in London in 1928 by Richard Comyns, this handsome, Sterling Silver Beer Jug or Water Jug, is in the George III style. The beer jug measures 9.5"(24.5cm) tall, by 8.5"(22cm) from handle to spout weighs 43.8 troy ounces.
£4,775ADD TO BASKET MORE PHOTOS
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