Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this wonderful solid silver cup made by silversmith Martin Hall & Co in Sheffield, 1908.
The overall quality and gauge of silver on this article is excellent with a very thick, heavy and sturdy build quality on the cup itself, the handles and the applied cast frieze.
A contrasting design is presented with a minimalist and unembellished body, yet the applied top band/frieze features a magnificent grapevine motif which has a high-relief and intricacy to its design.
Due to its unembellished design, this cup would make for an excellent multi-purpose display piece such as a presentation trophy or even as a wonderful manner of presenting some flowers/ornamentations on your table/interior.
The cup is supported by an equally solid and thick neck which extends to a widened base which provides ample support.
There are no leaks in this cup and thus liquids can be held within.
Full set of English hallmarks are clearly marked on the side of the cup.
A superb cup/trophy with an unusual and desirable grapevine frieze motif - excellent for multiple purposes, whether be it for presentation, engravings, display or for interior decor ornamentation.
- Excellent quality, thick gauge of silver.
- Applied cast grapevine frieze.
- Impressive aesthetic presence by itself.
- Size (mm) H:165mm W:100mm (170 inc handles)
- Size (inches) H:6.49 W:3.93 (6.69 inc handles)
- Weight: 446 grams (15.7 oz)
Excellent Condition - The cup is in excellent antique condition with no damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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