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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

A Victorian silver cup, with C scroll and flower decoration. Maker Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard (1829-1846) London 1844, 359gm,18 cm high.

Sterling silver Kiddush cup, Australian judaica, with Magen David marked STG. SIL. Albion approx 104g, approx 13 cm high

Antique sterling silver trophy cup and medal, the trophy is unengraved, marked 1926, London, CB & S approx 82g 8 cm high (2)

A Victorian sterling silver two handled cup 1850 London, by Stephen Smith & William Nicholson with later engraving: 'Challenge cup, Presented by Sir Andrew Scoble, M.P. 1896', verso engraved: 'Won by Cyclists Dingley 1896, Sergt. Jarvis 189

Pair of silver tumbler cups, mark of Payne & Son, London, 1968, retailed by Payne Oxford, hallmarked (2), approx. Weight 388 grams. Provenance: The Estate of Charles (Ruthven) Blackburn

A German.800 silver cup and a Russian.875 silver saucer, post 1886, Germany; and c.1908, with 84 zolotkniki and kokoshnik stamps, the bright cut saucer with Art Nouveau inspired iris and trailing foliage, the cup with differing foliage and a scrolled handl

A fine George III sterling silver pedestal cup, 1811 London, with maker's mark for Robert Garrard I, the fine Regency styled cup with a stiff leaf border to the lower section above a tapering pedestal, a laurel leaf socle and a square base, crisply hal

An Australian sterling silver cup, 20th century, with maker's mark for Proud and mark of fineness, the bowl shaped cup with a rolled rim and a small tapering foot rim, with looped handle and a flat thumbpiece. Silver weight 92gr. Height 5.5 cm

Two sterling silver cups, Norwegian and American, 20th century, American cup with maker's mark for Roden, an elegant heavy gauge Norwegian cup of bowl form with a slightly flared foot rim and a fluted scroll handle; a straight-sided cup with an everted

An Irish silver twin handled trophy cup, 19th century, with acanthus C scroll handles, crested, on stepped circular base, 19 cm high

A pair of Queen Elizabeth II silver Jubilee sterling silver cups by J.B.Chatterley & Sons Ltd, Birmingham, each boxed and engraved, 304 grams in total, (2)

A sterling silver flask and cup by Colen Hewer Cheshire, Chester 1924, with small fruit knife, Birmingham, engraved with initials, the knife with leather pouch, (2) 240 grams in total

A fine sterling silver cup by Martin Hall & Ebenezer hall, Sheffield 1888, profusely embellished with quatrefoil trellis embossed design, with gilded interior, 175 grams 12 cm high, with old antique dealers association button

A miniature Colonial silver cup and spoon, miniature trophy cup engraved J.R. Hemsley - Finalist 1919, 1924 & 1929; K.K. Dutt, Bhowanipur, Calcutta. Teaspoon; William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1929.

An early George III silver twin handled cup, pedestal foot, reeded banded highlights. London 1763 by Benjamin Cartwright I, a noted cup maker. 386gms. Height 13.2 cm

A small sterling silver two handled cup, hallmarked Sheffield, 1909. Height 8.5 cm

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 small Harbin .875 silver cup, early 20th century, with Kokoshnik stamp and maker's mark BC, the cylindrical cup with a bulbous lower section and spreading pedestal base, with a 'C' scroll handle and Art Nouveau flower and tendril decoration u

Sterling silver christening cup, hallmarked London 1856. 123grams approx

A 1909 West Australian, Agricultural Society, silver, presentation cup, hallmarked Birmingham 1909, engraved Geraldton Agricultural Society 1912, Presidents cup, Presented by W. McKenzie Grant Esq. Esq. Won by A.E Grant, Yanget. Height 13.7 cm, diameter 18

Hong Kong Races Strathpeffer Ashley Cup, 1882', A Victorian sterling silver presentation claret jug by Edward Charles Brown (Richards & Brown), London 1882 with finely chased and embossed floral body and engraved presentation cartouche, 27.5 cm, 84

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

A Tibetan agate teacup and silver cup stand and cover, early 20th century, the repousse cup and stand finely chased with eight Buddhist symbols on eight petals, the stem finely carved with deer, bird and flower in panels, the silver lid with dragon, Garuda

A Carlton walking Ware commemorative silver Jubilee cup