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The body of this large silver goblet is plain and encircled with a simplified engraved border to the rim.
The lower portion of the body is encircled with chased fluted and petal ornamentation in junction with the stem.
The upper portion of the goblet is encompassed with a bright cut engraved interlacing, undulating border below an applied moulded rim.
The knop to the upper portion of the stem is embellished with a chased matte background accented with eight bead motifs.
The foot is encircled with a broad band of overlapping petal/leaf designs accented with partial floral motifs in junction with the plain stem.
This impressive foot is further decorated with a chased scroll and leaf decorated border to a plain collet style rim.
The interior of this exceptional and large silver goblet retains the original gilding.
This impressive goblet was crafted by the renowned London silversmiths Walter & John Barnard.
Diameter of rim 10cm/3.9"
Diameter of body 13.1cm/5.2"
Diameter of foot 11.7cm/4.6"
17.8 troy ounces/553g
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The bright cut engraved decoration is very crisp.
There are some natural fire marks to the lower portion of the drinking vessel, in keeping with age.
Full hallmarks struck to the surface of the goblet have wear in keeping with age and location; the first portion of the maker's mark is worn but remains legible.
Reflections in photographs may detract from the true representation of this piece of Victorian silverware.
Origin: London, England
|Height||25.00 cm||(9.84 inches)|
35B St Georges Terrace
Tyne & Wear