You can reduce the number of items displayed by entering a keyword that must be included in the description of the item.

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.
If you are seeking to purchase similar items CLICK HERE to view 1 similar items being offered for sale by dealers at our AntiquesPlus site.

Antique Military Trophy Cup. Reads - Presented By The Proprietors of The Daily Telegraph to the Winning Team. Tug of War Competition at the Naval And Military Sports Carnival. Stamford Bridge 1916 in sterling silver marked London, 1913, Charles Stuart Harr

Victorian sterling silver twin handled cup, hallmarked, Birmingham, 1862, G.U, for the Amateur Turf club/Warrnambol/ 1865, with spreading reeded lip, with cartouche, surrounded by flowers and scrolls, flanked by s-scroll handles, on knop support, on circul

Victorian sterling silver chalice cup, hallmarked London 1879 (Martin, Hall & Co) with Wii era engraving for use as a trophy cup, 20.5 cm high, 272 grams

Four German 800 silver shot cups & 1 other, comprising of a pair of German 4 cm high, 2 singles and a footed cup hallmarked Birmingham, 80 grams

Sterling silver trophy cup, hallmarked London 1937 (Robert Pringle & Sons), 15 cm high, 206 grams

Pair of Judaica silver kiddush cups, by Hazorfim, 800/1000 purity, 97 grams

A hallmarked Brittania standard silver Christening cup, engraved "Allen W Thorborn McGraw, from his Grandparents Alfred and Blanche tete" dated May 23rd 1908, London 1908, 280g, height 6 cm

A hallmarked Georgian sterling silver trophy cup with the family crest, London 1801, gilt interior, engraved 'To Mother and Daddy, from Ray Allan, Ian and Naomi, 1899 - 1924", height 25 cm, Wt. 764g

Sterling silver two handled cup, Dublin, C1750. Maker E.R (with cross above) engraved Allport 1853. The embossing on this cup is possibly the work of employed convict silversmith Joseph Forrester. 12.5 cm high, weight 460gms Provenance: Allport Family

A set of six sterling silver stirrup cups, Royal Irish Silver Company, Sheffield 1970, the trumpet shaped cups terminating in realistically modelled as fox heads with mouths partially ajar and textured fur, gilded interiors, 1824.20 gms, 11.5 cm high

A very impressive and important large Edwardian sterling silver trophy cup, the wide cauldron body stands on a circular footed base decorated with raised repousse trailing grape vines and bunches. Twin ornate scroll handles with scroll arm supports, the ci

A Victorian sterling silver cup, 1867 London, with maker's mark for John Taylor, the gilt washed cup with a spreading and bead trimmed foot, having an ear form handle with thumbpiece and bead detail, decorated to the body with bright cut and prickworke

A Victorian sterling silver two handled cup and cover by Barnard Brothers, London 1858, with engraved presentation inscription and coat of arms, 39 cm high, 2,450 grams

Geelong Volunteer Fire Brigade' an Australian decorated sterling silver trophy cup by D&C Houle, London, the embossed shooting scene attributed to William Edwards and presented to Mr John Hawauth as Secretary, February 19th 1866, 17.5 cm high

An Australian silver trophy cup by Edward Fischer, Geelong, circa 1875 the bowl engraved 'Presented to the Grant & Polwarth Coursing Club by Donald Banlock Esq. for Competition between the Winners of the Derby & Oaks, May 28. 1878' and '

A Victorian silver gilt presentation cup, cylindrical body with central frosted band, crested within an oval laurel wreath, on a beaded knopped stem, the whole on a spread circular foot with frosted decoration, engraved 'The Gift of the Mercers Company

A sterling silver Tastevin - wine tasting cup 1976 London, the mark of Anthony Elson bowl diameter 8.8 cm, weight: 117gms

Sterling silver trophy cup, Muswellbrook Challenge cup, 1929, hallmarked 'Hardy Bros STG. Silver, height 10.5 cm approx. Weight 112 grams

Sterling silver trophy cup, Narrandera Challenge cup, 1925, hallmarked 'Hardy Bros STG. Silver, height 9.5 cm approx. Weight 165 grams

Good pair of middle Eastern cups, of barrel form, inlaid with script in silver, with copper surround and embossed patterning to body, (2)

A set of four W J Sanders Australian sterling silver egg cups, one unmarked, Wt 131 g

A Germanic silver cup on stand with presentation, the dome cover with c-scroll and foliate decoration, the base with conforming decoration, overall height 47 cm, weight 643gm

A large 1920s silver A&P rose-bowl trophy cup, engraved 'Southland Agricultural & Pastoral Association Reginald McKinnon Memorial Cup to Promote Agricultural & Pastoral Pursuits, Presented on the 14th July 1925 as a Prize to be Given for Most Points in Pur

A Greek silver cup, on tripod feet shaped as leaves, stamped Lalaounis 900. Height 11 cm. Weight 131g.

A George V sterling silver raised cup, double handles, Robert Pringle & Sons, London 1919. Weight 102g. Height 8 cm, diameter 7.5 (with edges), (dents).

Georgian Childs cup in sterling silver, by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard. In urn form with applied foliate handle, marked London RE, EB, 1814 approx 118g, 8 cm high Provenance Ex Stanley Lipscombe

A German silver gilt cup and cover, 19th century, 26.5 cm high, 310 grams

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver two handled cup with embossed cartouche on partially fluted body by Seth Lofthouse, London 1711, 11 cm high, 167 grams

A Queen Anne Britannia standard silver two handled cup probably by Eli Bilton, Newcastle circa 1700, with partially fluted lower body below band of rope-work abd contempory inscription, 23 cm across the handles, 14 cm high, 480 grams

A James II sterling silver gilt two handled cup and cover by John Sutton, London 1684, with embossed acanthus leaves below band of rope-work, pomegranate finial, 14 cm high, 18 cm across the handles, 470 grams

Large sterling silver three handle cup, with engraving dated 1928, marked sterling silver, 735grams approx

Adelaide Racing Club trophy cup. 9ct gold, beautifully stepped foot rising to small knob, large bowl with applied twin handles, inscribed, Adelaide Racing Club Inc., Birthday Cup 1954 won by Engraver, Owners Messrs A E & J F Trim & J F Courtnay, marked to

Sacrament cup. European gold gilded silver cup, set with blue enamel & amethyst, fine highly ornate base & stem, height 16 cm

A Victorian two-handled silver cup, the pear-shaped body chased and engraved with flowers and fruit raised on a knopped stem from a domed circular foot, the scroll handles with acanthus capping. London 1849. Height 21 cm

A Russian silver cup measure., of tapering cylindrical form with engraved 'Village' scene back and front. Additional scroll and foliate decoration. Russian hallmarks, circa 1860.

A pair of small heavy silver circular stem cups, with gilded interiors. London 1987. Diameters 8 cm

Dutch sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked to base, purity 833/1000, 136grams

Two Dutch silver christening cups, one hallmarked Netherlands 1937, the other stamped 800, 158grams approx

Sterling silver scottie dog children's cup, maker M. Sunde, 71 grams approx