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A George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Creamer / Cream or Milk Jug 1916

A George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Creamer / Cream or Milk Jug 1916
A George V Solid Hallmarked Silver Creamer / Cream or Milk Jug 1916

Description/Condition

Length: 8 ¼ cm (3 ¼ inches). Total Weight (grams): 160g. Total Weight (ounces): 5.65oz. Total Weight (troy ounces): 4.76. Material: Hallmarked Silver (Birmingham, UK). Hallmarks: Lion Passant, Anchor (Birmingham), Date Letter ‘r’ for 1916. Makers Mark: Z. Barraclough & Sons, Leeds (to base) and indistinguishable makers mark (with hallmarks). Condition: In superb vintage & unpolished condition with minimal signs of use.

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Item No: A20226
About this item:

Length: 8 ¼ cm (3 ¼ inches).
Total Weight (grams): 160g.
Total Weight (ounces): 5.65oz.
Total Weight (troy ounces): 4.76.
Material: Hallmarked Silver (Birmingham, UK).
Hallmarks: Lion Passant, Anchor (Birmingham), Date Letter ‘r’ for 1916.
Makers Mark: Z. Barraclough & Sons, Leeds (to base) and indistinguishable makers mark (with hallmarks).

This is a lovely little, early 20th century creamer of classical baluster form. The piece was made for Z. Barraclough & Sons of 54 Briggate, Leeds (est. 1804) a goldsmiths and jewellers that specialised high-class silver ware, gem jewellery, watches and clocks.

Condition: In superb vintage & unpolished condition with minimal signs of use.