Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this wonderful pair of solid silver beakers/cups made by John Robins in London, 1796.
The pair is made from a good and thick gauge of silver, evermore apparent upon holding in hand - the smoothness and geometric curvature of the cups allows for a comfortable and ergonomic holding upon using the pair.
Exterior-wise, the cups are decorated with floral and scroll motifs with a chased cartouche in the centre with an engraved monogram "B"/"R".
The interior of the cups are gilded which not only aesthetically provides a wonderful contrast, but allows for the contents to be held within without tarnishing/oxidising the silver.
The pair is fully hallmarked on the base with English marks.
There are no leaks with this pair and thus liquids can be held within.
A superb pair of Georgian silverware with a wonderful design and overall proportion, ideal for display by itself or for creative purposes, whether be it for displaying flowers or for serving beverages of your choice in an indulging manner.
- Size (mm) H:95mm W:78mm
- Size (inches) H:3.74 W:3.07
- Weight: 377 grams (13.3 oz)
Great Condition - The cup is in great antique condition with no major damage or issues. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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