London, South Kensington
13 February 2001
A VICTORIAN CLARET JUG
MAKER'S MARK HW, BIRMINGHAM, 1870-71
of tapering circular section with engraved grape, vine and leaf motifs, centering a vacant medallion, the handle formed as a branch with cast grape and leaf motifs, the spout of beak-form with a grotesque mask below, with a domed lid - 33.5cm(13 1/4 in),33.5 oz.
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