Early 19th Century Antique George IV Sterling Silver Cream Jug London 1822 Phillip Rundell

£ 850.00

A stunning silver cream jug made by the renowned Phillip Rundell.




A very fine and incredibly collectable “Phillip Rundell” shaped circular cream jug.  The body is decorated with an ornate shell galleried band below which sits a double contemporary crest and entwined initials.  The inside of the bowl has been elegantly silver-gilt and the handle is decorative scroll design.


Weight:  11 troy ounces/345 grams

Height:  4.3 inches/11cm

Length:  6 inches/15cm

Width:  4 inches/10cm

Condition:  Excellent throughout

Price:  £850

Rundell was apprenticed, and went into the London goldsmith’s business Theed & Pickett. It became Pickett & Rundell in 1781. The firm had a major showroom at 32 Ludgate Hill, “at the sign of the Golden Salmon”, in the period around 1768 to 1785. They retailed goods made by others such as John Emes.  They had manufacturing subsidiaries, one run by Benjamin Smith (and for some years Digby Scott) in Greenwich and another by Paul Storr in Dean Street.