William III Silver Tumbler Cup
A rare antique silver cup with a large hand engraved armorial to the front. The shield within tied plumage is...
A rare antique silver cup with a large hand engraved armorial to the front. The shield within tied plumage is very typical of this date. There is old collector’s label inside.
Contains 300 ml.
Weight 91 grams, 2.9 troy ounces.
Height 7.1cm. Diameter 8.1cm.
Maker “ID dagger between” – see Jackson’s Silver and Gold Marks page 127.
This makes a pair with stock item #9797.
Literature. Tumbler Cups were made from the mid-17th century onwards. 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. A very useful drinking cup to use onboard ship.
The cup is in very good condition with no damage. Sharp engravings. Stamped underneath with a full set of matching English silver hallmarks. The date letter is not fully stamped but can be made out clearly.
No maker assigned
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