Cups and Goblets


An Irish Great-grandmother's Christening Gift.

A George III Two-handled Cup, Dublin 1770, Charles Townsend    Read more

Maker: CHARLES TOWNSEND OF DUBLIN (worked c.1760-1780)


A Victorian Picnic Beaker.

A Victorian engine-turned collapsible Picnic Beaker with gilt interior, London 1859, Brownett and Rose.    Read more

Maker: JOHN HARRIS OF HARRIS, BROWNETT & ROSE (worked from 1853)


A Benney Tumbler

Gerald Benney. A Tumbler, London 1975.    Read more

Maker: GERALD BENNEY, LONDON (1930-2008)


A Victorian Christening Mug

A Victorian Christening Mug with gilt interior, London 1849, Reily and Storer, the panelled sides engraved with figures representing the four seasons of the year alternating with floral sprays and,...    Read more

Maker: Unknown


A George III Quart Mug

A George III Quart Mug, London 1772, Charles Wright.    Read more

Maker: CHARLES WRIGHT, LONDON (worked c.1754-1790)


A South American Mug

A Mug, struck with a maker's mark only, three times, probably Spanish Colonial, circa 1800.    Read more

Maker: Unknown


George III Miniature Goblet

A George III small size Wine Goblet, London 1799, Peter and Ann Bateman,    Read more

Maker: PETER & ANN BATEMAN, LONDON (worked 1791-1805)


A Silver Child's Mug.

R.E. Stone.
A Child's Mug, London, 1935.    Read more

Maker: ROBERT EDGAR STONE (worked 1929-1990)


Unmarked arts and crafts Cup

Edward Spencer for the Artificers’ Guild.
An unmarked Cup set with panels of mother-of-pearl, together with a presentation Shield, hall-marked London 1912.    Read more

Maker: EDWARD SPENCER (1873-1938)