A Victorian Silver Milk Jug London 1877 by Stephen Smith.
A fine Victorian milk ewer, London 1877, by Stephen Smith, the underside struck with a registered design lozenge and a pattern number '4900.'. The baluster body is applied with a decorative band with heads of Bacchus in circular frames between scrolling vine and grape decoration and Bacchic panthers. The sides of the handle are decorated with laurel leaves and stylised rose-heads.
Height: 18.5 cms.
Width: Across the middle where the pattern is approc 8.2 cms.
Diameter: Base 7 cms.
Length: across the top from lip to the end of the handle 10.7 cms.