Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser
Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser
Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser
Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser
Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser
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Edwardian sterling silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser

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An Edwardian Sterling Silver mounted Claret Jug in the manner of Dr Christopher Dresser.

Hallmarked : Birmingham 1908

Maker:  John Grinsell & Sons

Model No. 16826

Retailed by Hardy Brothers (Australia).

Height : 21cm

John Grinsell & Sons

Established in 1871, manufacturing silversmiths based in Birmingham with showrooms in London and Glasgow. The specialised in silver mounted glass, stoneware and ceramic items.

Hardy Brothers.

Established in Sydney in 1853 by English Jeweller John Hardy. 1894 they opened in Queensland followed by Melbourne in 1918. 1929 they were appointed jewellers by Royal Warrant to His Majesty King George V. Today they are owned and operated by Wallace Bishop.

Dr Christopher Dresser (1834 – 1904).

Was a British designer and design theorist, now widely known as one of the first and most important independent designers of the time.