Georgian Sterling Silver Bright Cut Cream Jug has been added to your shopping cart.
Late 18th century Georgian antique sterling silver cream jug by Solomon Hougham 1794. Bright cut engraved creamer with floral detailing and a vacant cartouche below the spout. There has been no engraving removal within cartouche area subsequently no thinning. Slightly bulbous form with swan neck tapered handle. The cream jug has been assayed just below spout with a full set of hallmarks. They include duty mark of George III, makers mark, passant lion mark, date letter (t) and London town mark.
The silver cream jug is in nice condition. Good proportions with it sitting flat and level. Engraved detailing is slightly rubbed in places but generally clear. Assay marks are rubbed slightly, on the date and makers mark more so but still identifiable.
Silver Cream Jug
Maker: Solomon Hougham
Period: George III
Silver Purity: Sterling 925
Assay Office: London
Assay Marks Struck
Year Mark: t
Town Mark: London
Makers Mark: SH
Passant Mark: Lion
Grams: 101.8 / Troy Ounces: 3.27
Height – Spout: 115 mm (11.5 cm)
Handle – Spout: 95m mm (9.5 cm)
Handle Height: 100 mm (10.0 cm)
Body Diameter: 70 mm (7.0 cm)
Shipping Cost: £0.00 Delivery: Next working day if ordered by 12pm (GMT)
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