1904 EDWARD VII CHILD'S SILVER CHRISTENING MUG/TANKARD, BIRMINGHAM 1904
An Edward VII Child's Miniature Silver Christening Mug/Tankard.
Maker William Henry Sparrow
Assayed and Hallmarks: Birmingham in 1904
Of waisted form with 'C' scroll handle, engraved floral decorations and vacant cartouche.
In excellent condition with minor surface markings commensurate with age and use.
Approximate Dimensions –
Weight 60gms (2.13oz)
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