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The surface of this antique piece has a subtle planished finish.
The upper rim of the jug is encircled with an applied shaped incurved border.
This piece of impressive teaware is fitted with a C shaped handle, with a bifurcating upper portion with ball sockets, in addition to a leaf enveloped lower terminal.
The base of the jug is supported by a band of pierced and applied ornamentation in Jensen's iconic stylised bead and leaf designs.
The hallmarks struck to this cream jug include:
Maker's mark: Georg Jensen (this mark was used between 1925-1932)
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: m (1927*)
Registration number: 180
* This item will have been crafted and imported in 1928 but due to the British hallmarking system this piece bears the date letter 'm' (1927); this determines the jug was imported between January and April.
Length from back of handle to tip of lip 10.5cm/4.1"
Diameter of body 7.3cm/2.9"
Diameter of foot 5.9cm/2.3"
Height to top of handle 13.3cm/5.2"
7.6 troy ounces/235g
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The applied ornamentation to the jug is all very sharp.
Full hallmarks struck to the underside of the jug are all very clear.
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Origin: Copenhagen, Denmark
|Height||13.30 cm||(5.24 inches)|
|Width||10.50 cm||(4.13 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear