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The surface of this antique silver mug has a subtly planished finish.
The lower portion of the body is encircled with a band of chased undulating decoration.
The mug is fitted with a large scrolling handle ornamented with applied ball ornamentation to the upper terminal, in the iconic Jensen style.
The Danish hallmarks struck to the underside and importer's hallmarks to the surface of this sterling silver christening mug include:
Maker's mark: Georg Jensen*
Assay mark: Three Tower Mark, 28 (Copenhagen, 1928)
Assay Master Mark: CFH (Christian F. Heise)
Silver quality/purity mark: Sterling, 925 S, .925 (925/1000)
Importer's mark: GS (George Stockwell of George Stockwell & Co Ltd)
Import hallmark: London
Import date mark: n (1928)
Registration number: 524
* This piece bears two Jensen maker's marks, one used between 1915-1930 and the other 1925-1932.
Length from back of handle to rim 11.5cm/4.5"
Diameter of rim 8.4cm/3.3"
Diameter of base 5cm/2"
Height to top of handle 13cm/5.1"
6.9 troy ounces/213g
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The applied decoration to this mug is very sharp.
The Danish hallmarks struck to the underside and importer's hallmarks to the surface of the mug are all very clear.
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Origin: Denmark, Europe
|Height||13.00 cm||(5.12 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear