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Edwardian silver plated wine jug or wine ewer by Kayser Ellison & Co Sheffield antique c 1910 - elegant engraved octagonal inverted baluster shape


An antique Edwardian Silver Plated Hot Water Jug or Wine Ewer Kayser Ellison & Co circa  1910 EPBMClick the image to enlarge
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Edwardian silver plated wine jug or wine ewer by Kayser Ellison & Co Sheffield antique c 1910 - elegant engraved octagonal inverted baluster shape


A lovely elegant antique Edwardian silver plated wine jug or wine ewer dating from circa 1900. This is a very decorative item made in a round footed octagonal inverted baluster shape with a swept wide pouring spout and attached shaped lid. The body is decorated with engraved swags of flowers and leaves with two vacant central oval pendant cartouches. The hinged lid has a beaded scroll shaped knop with thumb rest. The handle is an ornate elegant shape made we think from carved wood but may be a bakelite type composite.

The base is stamped with a padlock and chinese style geometric shape the trade marks for Kayser Ellison & Co of Carlisle Works, Carlisle / Sunderland street Sheffield, south Yorkshire, England. It is also stamped with the number 586 and EPBM for Electro Plated Brittania Metal.

The wine jug, which could also be used as a water jug stands approximately 9 7/16 inches (23.9 cm) high, 6 1/4 inches ( 15.7 cm) long and is 4 inches (10 cm) wide across the flats It weighs 542 grammes unpacked. It has a capacity of 1 1/4 pint or 700 ml so takes a standard wine bottle.

This antique wine jug or ewer is in good condition with a little wear to the plate and a couple of small dents to the flats. Commensurate with age and use. A very decorative item to add sparkle to your dinner table.

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