Charles II Antique Silver Tumbler Cup
An early English silver cup of simple plain design. A very charming example with an excellent patina. Very pale gilt...
An early English silver cup of simple plain design. A very charming example with an excellent patina. Very pale gilt interior. The round and weighted base allows the cup to stay upright when knocked from side to side. Good gauge silver.
Contains 225 ml.
Weight 138 grams, 4.4 troy ounces.
Height 6.2cm. Diameter 8.5cm.
Marks. Stamped underneath with a full set of English silver hallmarks. The maker’s mark W.S is recorded in Jackson’s Gold & Silver Marks, Pickford edition page 134.
Literature: Tumbler cups were made from the mid 17th century. They are made from thick gauge sheet silver which was hammered up so that the sides become thinner towards the top and the rounded base would have the greater weight. When they are knocked over they will automatically right themselves.
The silver tumbler is in very good condition. Moderate signs of wear overall commensurate with age.
No maker assigned
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