This American sterling mug is something that can only have been produced by Tiffany. It is called the "Children's Parade" mug; in a band completely around the mug are children of various nationalities engaged in play while marching. Some are playing musical instruments and others are playing toys. The amount of detail is incredible. Such work would be too costly for production today. We know in fact from the mark (see last picture) that the mug was made between 1873 and 1891. The height is 3.5 inches and the diameter of the opening is 2.75 inches. The width of the band depicting the children is 1.5 inches. The weight of the mug is an amazing 8.6 ounces on a postal scale. It looks as if it has never been used for the condition is outstanding. This is a piece to be treasured. It is from our personal collection of child's mugs, with a specialty section of Children's Parade mugs by Tiffany. Please see our other Children's Parade mugs--some with name inscriptions, some with date inscriptions and all with full Tiffany marks, including the mark which tells us the date range of the mug. Also, we invite you to explore our child's mugs by other makers. this particular mug has no monogram or name.