A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.
A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.
A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.
A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.
A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.

A very rare George I Dram Cup made in Edinburgh in 1718 by James Mitchellsone I, The Assay Master Edward Penman.

1718 Edinburgh

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The Cup is modelled in a very unusual design and stands on a reeded ring foot. The main body has an unusual slight baluster shape with everted, reeded, rim. The handle is also modelled in an unusual scroll design with a "dognose" end. The cup is very well marked in the foot and is in excellent condition, with a very good colour.

Height: 2.5 inches.
Diameter at the rim 2.1 inches.
Weight: 4oz.
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