This Liberty of London sterling silver baby/child's cup was made in Birmingham, England in 1924. This is a handmade cup with the hammer marks from the silversmith left in the cup as part of its design motif. The cup stands on an applied round "foot" and has an applied handmade and decorated handle as well. The cup has bands engraved and chased lines and waves. This cup has no monogramming or monogram removal. The cup is hallmarked on the bottom with an anchor (for Birmingham, England), a lion (indicating it assays sterling silver), the letter "Z" (indicating that it was assayed/made in 1924) and the letter "L&C" the logo for Liberty and Company. The cup is in great vintage condition and has not been buffed. It stands approximately three inches tall.
This wonderful hand-hammered and handmade Georg Jensen baby cup was made in the late 1920s. The cup stands approximately three and one quarter inches tall and is approximately three and one quarter inches across the handle. The cup's diameter is approximately two and three-eights inches. The cup is marked with the Georg Jensen markings that were used in the late 1920s, the word "sterling" and the number "127C".
There is no monogram or other engraving on this cup. There appears to be no monogram removal either. The cup is in excellent condition. There is a decorative row of beading work directly under the cup's rim and at the handle attachment there is a rosette of "grapes". The foot of the cup is decorated with a repeating modified leaf design. This cup has not been buffed.
Sterling Silver baby or child's cup made by Georg Jensen of Denmark. The markings indicate post a 1945 date, the number 722 and an "HN" design mark for Harald Nielsen. This cup is approximately two and one half inches tall and has no monogram. This cup has not been buffed.
This child’s spoon and fork set by Tiffany & Company is in the Eternal Circle pattern designed by Elsa Peretti. The approximate length of these pieces is 4 1/2 inches.
This infant feeding spoon by Tiffany & Company is in the Padova pattern designed by Elsa Peretti. Total length is approximately 6 1/2 inches long.