An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.
An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.
An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.
An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.

An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.

1803 London

Offered by Mary Cooke Antiques Ltd

£4,250 gbp
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The Beakers are plain in design and circular in form, with slightly tapering sides. Each has a gilded interior and is engraved, in the Scottish manner, with a contemporary Crest with the Motto "Toujours Prest - Always Ready" above. The beakers fit perfectly inside each other for travelling and may well have been used while out in the field. Each is in excellent condition and displays a full set of hallmarks on the main body. Graduated sets of beakers are rare and seldom appear on the market.

Height: 3.75 inches, 3.5 inches & 3.4 inches respectively.
Diameter at the rim: 3.25 inches, 3.1 inches & 2.95 inches respectively.
Total Weight: 20oz, the set.
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