Antique Victorian Sterling silver and glass lemonade jug(sold)

Hallmarked in London for 1898 by Gibson and Langman.

Sterling Silver and glass.



An Antique Victorian Sterling silver and glass lemonade jug which has a plain silver mount, a hinged lid with a pierced thumb piece and a plain shaped handle which is comfortable to hold. The tall tapering shaped glass body is particularly appealing with a combination of hobnail cutting and patterned decoration and it rests on a flat star cut base. There is a plain cylindrical glass container which has been designed to hold the ice and fits neatly within the body of the jug. This glass ice container has a plain silver mount and silver lid with a simple knob finial on the top. The jug would be perfect for serving Pimms as well as lemonade and would look eye catching when displayed on the table. It stands at 28.6 cms (11.3″) tall and the base measures 16.7 cms (6.6″) in diameter.

Complimentary postage with insurance is included within the price of this silver and glass lemonade jug.

Additional Information

Height : 28.6 cms (11.3″).

Width : 23.5 cms ( 9.3″).

Diameter of base : 16.7 cms (6.6″).

Excellent condition.


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