James Dixon & Sons - Sheffield - Beautiful silver-plated (wine) is possible with the head of a satyr - Silver plated

Description
James Dixon & Sons - Sheffield - Beautiful silver-plated (wine) is possible with the head of a satyr - Silver plated
U.K. - Approx. 1875

Beautiful large silver plated jug (wine jug / water jug / creamer), the spout has been provided with the head of a Satyr.
Marked on the bottom with:
- James Dixon & Sons
- Sheffield
- EPBM (electroplated Britannia metal).
Height: 20.5 cm.
Weight: 706 grams.
In beautiful condition, the silver plating is fully intact and the “belly” has an unobtrusive dent. See photos for a personal impression.

Will be perfectly packaged and shipped by insured and registered mail.

A satyr (Ancient-Greek: σάτυρος, satyros) or sater is a figure from Greek mythology. It is a cheerful and naughty forest creature, belonging to the following Dionysos (the god of wine).
The satyr is known for his lust for wine and seducing nymphs and ephebes.

Lot details
Object
Beautiful silver-plated (wine) is possible with the head of a satyr
Material
Silver plated
Designer/ Artist
James Dixon & Sons
Manufacturer/ Brand
Sheffield
Estimated Period
Approx. 1875
Country of Origin
U.K.
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
706 g
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