Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this splendid pair of miniature solid silver-gilt cups made by renowned maker James Garrard in London, 1928.
Garrard (founded in 1735), still producing fine silverware and jewellery today, throughout history has been serving and producing exceptional pieces of silver and jewellery for the British Royal Family.
The firm was appointed Crown Jeweller by Queen Victoria in 1843 which may come as no surprise upon examining the exceptional quality, craftsmanship and designs of their silverware/jewellery.
The pair of cups are matched with a pointed finial lid which sits gently on top.
The cups are in the form of larger trophy-style cups, with twin handles and a widened pedestal foot.
Both cups are in very good condition with a rich gold tone (silver-gilt) that glistened magnificently under sunlight.
The cups and lids are fully hallmarked with English marks.
A wonderful, dainty pair of fine silverware made by a superb maker - ideal for collections of miniatures.
- Size (mm) W:78mm (Handle to handle) H:95mm
- Size (inches) W:3.07(Handle to handle) H:3.74
- Weight: 169 grams for the pair (5.96 oz)
Great Condition - The cups are in great antique condition with no major or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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