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 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 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 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
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
A set of six Polish.800 silver liqueur goblets, 1970s Krakow, with marks for post 1963, the plain goblet flutes with brushed interiors, upon spiral stems with a small tulip motif to the throat and having a domed spreading foot; hallmarked underside. Silver
Stuart Devlin, London 1984 set of eight silver gilt goblets hammered bowls with gilt interiors, the bowls each supported by a group of eleven small applied men with arms raised above slender bark-finish stems descending to hammered circular bases, all hall
Sterling silver presentation goblet 'Mr Josiah Mitchell. Founder and first President of the Victorian Horticultural Improvement Society. This Cup is presented by the Members as a mark of their esteem. May 12th, 1862'. Retailed through Walsh & Sons Melbourn
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