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A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).

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A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).
A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).
A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).    A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).
A very handsome and heavy pair of Sterling Silver pint mugs or tankards, having plain round bodies with straight tapering sides, with plain scroll handles, having applied reeded borders and two bands of hand-chased reeding, and sitting on collet feet. Made by James Dixon and Sons of Sheffield in 1961. The dimensions of this fine pair of hand-made silver pint tankards or mugs are height 12 cms (4.75 inches), diameter at top 8 cms (3 inches), and they weigh a total of approx. 769g (24.8 troy ounces).


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