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A late Victorian silver goblet, the circular bowl

Lot 0703 Details

Description
A late Victorian silver goblet, the circular bowl engraved with floral and foliate scroll motifs and presentation engraving to one side, raised on a beaded knop stem to a spread base further engraved within a repeated bead border. Hallmarked John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1887. Height 8 3/8 inches (21.3 cm), weight 8.74 ozt (271.7 grams).Please note that the additional images for this lot have been deleted 29/11/18.
Condition
Appears quite tarnished and would benefit from a clean and polish. Otherwise appears in fairly good overall condition, displaying some general surface wear, marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Hallmarks rubbed and partly worn but still legible. 'Q. O. W. Hussars, 1888. Presented by Col. Lord Lyttelton to Trooper T Luckcuck for Best Horse in Kingsnorton Troop.'
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A late Victorian silver goblet, the circular bowl

Estimate £80 - £120
Dec 04, 2018
Starting Price £80
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0703: A late Victorian silver goblet, the circular bowl

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Est. £80 - £120Starting Price £80
Interiors:Antiques,Silver & Collectables,Day2
Tue, Dec 04, 2018 5:00 AM EST
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Lot 0703 Details

Description
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A late Victorian silver goblet, the circular bowl engraved with floral and foliate scroll motifs and presentation engraving to one side, raised on a beaded knop stem to a spread base further engraved within a repeated bead border. Hallmarked John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater, London 1887. Height 8 3/8 inches (21.3 cm), weight 8.74 ozt (271.7 grams).Please note that the additional images for this lot have been deleted 29/11/18.
Condition
...
Appears quite tarnished and would benefit from a clean and polish. Otherwise appears in fairly good overall condition, displaying some general surface wear, marks and scratches commensurate with age and use. Hallmarks rubbed and partly worn but still legible. 'Q. O. W. Hussars, 1888. Presented by Col. Lord Lyttelton to Trooper T Luckcuck for Best Horse in Kingsnorton Troop.'

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