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The body of this antique Art Nouveau cup is embellished with a bright cut engraved coat of arms, pertaining to the town Gateshead*, comprised of a crest of a goat's head erased, above an angular escutcheon with a gate tower and the motto ‘caput inter nubila condit’ - it's head is hidden in the clouds.
This cup is fitted with three impressive scrolling arms, embellished with Art Nouveau style shaped decorated sockets and bifurcating lower terminals.
This impressive presentation cup retains the original gilded interior.
* The coat of arms for Gateshead was changed in the 1830’s, replacing the goat’s head (from which Gateshead takes its name) with a gate tower displayed in a shield; during the mid-19th century the motto ‘caput inter nubila condit’ was added. Further changes occurred when Gateshead was incorporated into a new metropolitan borough in 1975 and a new armorial bearings was created and the motto altered to 'in unity, progress'
Width across arms 23.5cm/9.3"
Diameter of top 14.3cm/5.6”
Diameter of base 12.8cm/5”
33 troy ounces/1026g
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This Art Nouveau cup has been professionally polished and is in presentation condition.
The bright cut engraved decoration is crisp.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the cup are all very clear.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Edwardian silverware.
Origin: Sheffield, England
|Height||28.50 cm||(11.22 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear