Commonwealth Period Antique Silver Cup
Maker: Daniel Rutty
An impressive early English silver goblet dating to the mid 17th century Commonwealth period. Over 350 years old. Plain tapering...
An impressive early English silver goblet dating to the mid 17th century Commonwealth period. Over 350 years old. Plain tapering form and cast baluster stem on a shaped spreading foot. Large size. With the good colour and attractive hammered finish you’d expect with hand made silver of this date.
Contains 550 ml.
Weight 347g, 11.1 troy oz.
Height 19cm Diameter of top 10.6cm.
Maker Daniel Rutty.
Marks. Fully marked in a straight line just below the rim with a full set of English silver hallmarks and has the lion passant on the underside of the foot. The maker’s mark is not fully struck but we have attributed the maker to Daniel Rutty from the letter “D” which is fully visible and the shape of the shield – this is the only candidate (reference Dr David Mitchell in “Silversmiths in Elizabethan and Stuart London”).
This substantial antique silver cup is in good condition with moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. The chalice has been tested for water retention and does not leak. The rim shows a few minor wear marks and a couple of small repairs. The foot has a bit of unevenness to the top surface.
Maker: Daniel Rutty
Daniel Rutty, London silversmith, working during the mid 1600’s.
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