Antique Charles I Silver Wine Goblet
Maker: Walter Shute
A fine and rare early English silver wine cup of plain form with a tapering bowl, cast baluster stem and...
A fine and rare early English silver wine cup of plain form with a tapering bowl, cast baluster stem and spreading foot. This is an outstanding piece of antique silver in every way. Large size. Excellent patina. Heavy weight and gauge of silver. Superb condition. Fully marked in a straight line just below the rim and has the lion passant on the underside of the foot.
Weight 393 grams, 12.6 troy ounces.
Height 19 cms. Diameter of top 10.5 cms.
Contains 450 ml.
Makers mark “WS” probably for Walter Shute (see Jacksons page 113 and photo).
This substantial antique silver cup is in excellent condition Heavy weight and silver gauge. Superb colour. The silver marks are very good, the makers mark is slightly badly struck to the right but still perfectly clear and readable. Marked underneath the rim and under the foot just as you'd expect for a cup of this age. Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.
Maker: Walter Shute
Walter Shute, apprenticed to Thomas Ellis 1617, free 1624.
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