London, South Kensington
8 October 2002
An Edwardian Silver-Mounted Glass Claret Jug
Mark of William Morton & Sons, Sheffield, 1903
with tapering cylindrical cut-glass body, the plain mount with Bacchus mask spout and angular handle - 28cm. (11in.) high; a further Edwardian claret jug with plated mount and diamond pattern cut-glass body - 29.5cm. (11½in.) high; and a modern cut-glass vase with metalware foot - 30cm. (12in.) high.
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