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The impressive claret jug has a ewer/gourd shaped form, cylindrical tapering neck to a circular bulbous body onto a collet foot.
This antique claret jug is fitted with a fine and impressive handle modelled in the form of a snake.
The upper portion of the snake’s body and head surmounts the hinged cover.
Each goblet has a bell shaped form onto a plain knopped pedestal and circular spreading foot.
The body of the goblets and jug are embellished with fine and impressive chased scrolling coriander leaf and rope decoration.
The ornamentation to the goblets incorporates a vacant shield shaped cartouche to one side of each.
The goblets are further embellished with a gilt interior which has worn in keeping with age to an aesthetically pleasing naturally mellowed appearance.
This claret jug and goblet set has been independently tested using state of the art technology and verified as .900 standard silver.
Diameter of neck 3.4cm/1.3"
Diameter of top 18.8cm/7.4"
Diameter of foot 18.7cm/7.4"
51.7 troy ounces/1608g
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The decoration is very sharp and very crisp.
There are no hallmarks as to be expected with such pieces.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of these pieces of antique Indian silverware.
Origin: Kashmir, India (Strong Probability)
Date: Circa 1880
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear