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Silver Child’s Christening Mug

America Late 19th Century

Great quality sterling or coin silver American mug dated 1894. Cast handle, band of vintage pattern repousse, and a moulded band on the base. Script initial dedication dated June 13th, 1894. Heavy gauge approx. 6 oz. No maker’s mark

From the estate of collector David Wood, former director of the Norman Rockwell Museum. Some of Mr. Wood’s collection is at the Nantucket Historical Association.

Price

$420

Condition

Excellent estate condition.

Measurements

Height: 5"
Width/Length: 4.25"
Diameter: 3"

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