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Victorian sterling silver goblet with floral and lattice band, knop stem and engraved initials, London, 1872.

An Edwardian silver 'Nestor' goblet, in the Arts & Crafts Greek Revival style, made as a copy of the Mycenaean 'Cup of Nestor'. The original of solid gold is in the collection of the National Archaeological Museum in Athens. Chester 190

Pair of silver footed goblets, mark of C. J. Vander Ltd., London, 1975, with acanthus leaf decoration, hallmarked (2), approx. Weight 386 grams. Provenance: The Estate of Charles (Ruthven) Blackburn

A Victorian sterling silver and gilt lined goblet by John Wilmin Figg, London 1875, embellished with floral and foliage tendrils, on C scroll foot, 'Caveat a Ctoar' bear armorial, 17.5 cm high, 294 grams

A pair of Regency silver and silver gilt goblets, maker I.R., London, 1805, (2), each exterior rim bright-cut engraved with a leaf and bud design, above two ribbon bows supporting a cartouche with engraved crest and between foliate garlands, raised on circ

A sterling silver Royal wedding commemorative goblet, 1981 Birmingham, with maker's mark for At cannon Ltd, of typical goblet shape with applied gilded Prince of Wales feathers and an inscription commemorating the marriage of the Prince of Wales and la

A pair of American sterling silver water goblets, 20th century, the 'Lord Saybrook' P664 goblets of tulip shape with a tapering stem; marked underside’silver weight 354gr. Height 17 cm

A silver goblet, modern era, the goblet with a hammered finish raised on a pedestal base, gilt washed to the interior; marked silver underside, silver weight 85gr height 11 cm

A Georgian sterling silver goblet. London, early 19th century, probably 1809, with rubbed marks, of elegant plain form with an applied band to the rim and thread design to the foot; hallmarked to upper body, silver weight 116gr. Height 13.5 cm

A Georgian sterling silver goblet, 1826 London, maker 'IA' (mark partly obscured), decorated with engraving and floral repousse work. Height 19.3 cm. Diameter 11.4 cm. Weight: 389gms

Sterling silver goblet, presented as the Tredegar Prize 1840, for the best yearling bull Hereford bred, hallmarked London 1814

Pair George III sterling silver wine goblets traditional stemmed form, with later embossed decoration of florals, scrolls and cartouche, London 1793, maker William Abdy

A Charles I sterling silver goblet with a later Inscription, maker's mark Rubbed / London /, circa 1631, the ogee body centred by a cartouche bearing the inscription 'Presented to / Richard Hubbard / under 20 Years of Age / as the best of the Ploug

A cased set of six Australian sterling silver goblets, Hendrik Forster, the hand raised silver applied over turned and polished red gum timber stem, hallmarked 925 along with the markers initials, each goblet 14 cm high, Provenance: The goblets were presen

A Victorian sterling silver wine goblet and a modern Mexican sterling silver Spirits measure, 1877/78 London, with maker's marks for Mappin & Webb, and.925 Mexico, the elegant slender goblet with a gilt washed interior, raised upon a tapering trump

A sterling silver goblet depicting a shield Barker Ellis silver Company Birmingham 1972. Weight 147g

Victorian sterling silver goblet, mark of Martin Hall & Co., London, 1884. Engraved with frieze of flowers, hallmarked. Approx. Weight 76 grams

An Australian silver goblet by William Edwards, Melbourne c.1870 features applied figure of a lawn bowler. Marked 'Emu/W.E./kangaroo' 18 cm high

Six sterling silver goblets, with gilt interiors, maker Roberts & Dore, hallmarked London 1973, 1.1kgs approx., 13 cm high approx.

A group of six sterling silver Judaica items, a Kiddush cup and five smaller Kiddush goblets, second half 20th century, Israeli, with maker's marks for Bier and the goblets by Zadok, a straight sided Bier cup with four applied cabochon green jewels to the

A pair of silver wine goblets, plain form with curved band. Weight 332.5g. Fitted box.

Chalice / goblet. By silversmiths Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater Presented to Mr Andrew Torning sterling silver London 1856, circa 1857. Height 20.5 cms

A sterling silver goblet trophy for 'Best ram in Yards', 1869 Birmingham, with maker's marks for George Unite, the straight sided goblet with embossed, bright cut and prick worked borders in patterned and knotted designs with fleur-de-lys upon a textured g

Victorian sterling silver goblet stemmed baluster shape, embossed with a continuous rustic harvest landscape scene with farmer, horse and cart, London 1859, 16 cm height

An Israeli sterling silver Kiddush goblet, later 20th century, with maker's mark for Hazorfim. 925, the goblet of ogee form raised on a knopped stem with a spreading foot, embossed and chased to the body with a continuous grape and vine leaf design, gilt w

A pair of sterling silver presentation goblets by George Samuel Lewis & John Wright, Newcastle, circa 1825 inscribed 'Presented to McFrederick Lawson by John Blenkinsopp Coulson Esq.', each with a goblet decorated with two sheaths of wheat within a wheelba

An early Victorian silver goblet, the exterior heavily embossed with farming scenes, a blank cartouche to the front for engraving, with acanthus leaf decoration to the foot. Birmingham 1857, maker's initials A. & S. Weight 170gms

Two sterling silver goblets, Birmingham 1974 & 1971 (approximately 8oz troy)

A suite of three sterling silver goblets, marked with makers initials

An Australian silver trophy, a goblet with knopped stem; engraved 'Killara golf club, 1940'; Hardy Bros. Height 13.5 cm. Weight approx 150g

A fine quality Victorian silver goblet, finely engraved with fern leaves and engine turned decoration. Sheffield 1877 by Fenton Bros. Height 18 cm

Silver goblet with unusual acorn motif & gilt wash interior, 20th century

Set of six sterling silver wine goblets by Toye, Kenning & Spencer, 1973 with Birmingham Bi-centenary of Birmingham Assay mark, 16.5 cm high, approx. 940 grams

Antique sterling silver goblet of plain tapering form, London 1811-12, by Solomon Hougham, approx 218 grams

English hallmarked sterling silver Elizabeth II pair of goblets with a gilt wash interior. London, 1953, maker Roberts & Dore Ltd, condition good, some minor wear. Height 14.6 cm weight 453g

A hardstone inlaid continental silver goblet, first half 20th century. 17.2 cm high

A Viennese crystal, silver jewelled-enamel goblet with central engraved armorial cartouche, 19th century. 27 cm high