Product images of Claret jug
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Silver claret jug presented to Captain John Millar of the merchant brig 'Cherub', 1831. The jug has a hinged lid surmounted by a shell knop. The handle is shaped as a vine stem with fruit and leaves in relief.
- Image reference: D5086_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London