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Edwardian Silver Half Pint Beer / Christening Mug (1 of 11)
The Fancy Fox

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Edwardian Silver Half Pint Beer / Christening Mug

REF: FA1302 / LA401767
£345
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Description
A stylish Edwardian silver beer mug with curved tapering sides and a deep, multi-stepped collet foot and an unusual tapering tubular handle with a reeded u-shape thumb rest. Hallmarked London 1906, makers Edward Barnard & Sons

measurements

Height:
10.5 cm
Width:
9 cm
Depth:
11 cm
Weight:
198 g
It measures 10.5cm (4 1/8") high and 9cm (3 9/16") wide across the foot and weighs 198g / 6.4ozt. It has an easy half pint capacity of 320ml / 11 fluid ounces.

declaration

The Fancy Fox has clarified that the Edwardian Silver Half Pint Beer / Christening Mug (LA401767) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1906

condition

In very good condition with no damage or repair. It is unengraved. The marks are slightly rubbed but easily readable.

delivery

Price includes UK postage. Worldwide shipping is also available, please ask for a cost. Payment is accepted by bank transfer, card payments (via an online invoice, I'm afraid we cannot take payments over the telephone), Paypal and UK personal cheque. Returns: We hope you are very happy with your item but should you need to, returns are available within 14 days, please advise within 7 days of receipt. Return postage is your responsibility in terms of cost and safeguarding the item through transit.

location

This Edwardian Silver Half Pint Beer / Christening Mug is located in Suffolk, United Kingdom

Dealer Information:

The Fancy Fox

Suffolk, United Kingdom