Victorian silver wine or water goblet

Victorian silver wine or water goblet

£675

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Pretty, antique silver goblet with hand-engraved frieze of stylised shells and scrolls with similar engraving to the beaded foot.

It bears the crest for Sir George David Harris of 32 Inverness Terrace, London - a demi-sea-dog with collar grasping a Cornish chough.

With its flat base, thin stem and conical bowl, the basic goblet shape has remained almost entirely unchanged in its form for centuries. When made in silver the goblet is often called a wine cup.

Dimensions:

Height 150 mm / 5 2932"
Diameter 80 mm / 3 332"
Weight 209 g (6.72 troy ozs)
Year

1875

Place

London

Condition

Excellent

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