A George II two handled sterling silver loving cup, 1758 London, with maker's mark for Benjamin Cartwright I, the bell shaped cup with a waisted tiered base, with extravagant 'C' scroll handles with flattened thumb pieces and flared pointed ends, with a th
A Victorian sterling silver three handled loving cup with bands of Greek key decoration and three vacant Grecian cartouches by Martin Hall Co Ltd, Sheffield, 1876, 18 cm high, 24 cm across the handles, 1150 grams
English hallmarked sterling silver Edward VII loving cup having a gilt wash, engraved 'Emcs', with two applied handles, on a round pedestal foot. London, 1902, maker James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler. Condition: good, some wear to the gilding
A large Victorian sterling silver loving cup. 1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Lee & Wigfull (Henry Wigfull), the tankard style cup of slightly tapering form raised on a stepped base and with hollow handles, well engraved to the body with con
An Edwardian silver loving cup trophy by Thomas Bradbury & Sons, London 1907, with acanthus leaf moulded capped C scroll handles and band of alternating repousse leaf and flower design above stepped circular foot, 537 grams, 15.5 cm high.
A George III silver loving cup, traditional double S-scroll handles, stepped circular pedestal base, the plain body with single rib. Newcastle 1784 by John Langlands I & John Robertson I. 481gms. Height 15.5 cm
An Edwardian Art Nouveau loving cup bowl, 1908 London, with maker's mark for James Aitchison, the heavy gauge bowl with three sweeping knife edge whiplash handles tapering to pad feet and with a reeded rim; hallmarked to upper body with registration marks
A fine Australian sterling silver loving cup, early 20th century, with maker's marks for Stokes & Son, with square form curved bracket handles to a simple plain bowl with monogram and raised upon a spreading foot, lightly gilt washed to the interior; hallm
Francis Spilsbury George II sterling silver loving cup, London 1740 modelled with traces of internal gilding, with later embossed foliate decoration with central vacant cartouches, flanked by twin scrolled handles, all resting on circular spreading foot. H
Hester Bateman George III sterling silver loving cup, London 1786 modelled in the form of a baluster shaped vessel, centred by a single 'G', flanked by twin scrolled arms, resting on a circular spreading foot. Height 14 cm weight 372
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