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Hallmarked In 1881
Hallmarked in London in 1881 by Aldwinckle & Slater, this striking, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Cup, features 3 handles, engraved decoration to the body, and stands on three ball feet. The cup would make an ideal wine cooler for a single bottle, or a unique trophy for a sporting event. The cup measures 7"(18cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) wide, by 8"(20cm) deep, and weighs 27 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1998
Hallmarked in London in 1998 by Gerald Benney, this very stylish pair of Sterling Silver Pair of Wine Coasters, are designed to be used with the original silver mounted perspex cooler sleeves, allowing both red and white wine to be served. The perspex coolers are marked to the base as being 'Spong Vinicool Reg Design 991271. Each wine cooler measures 9.75"(24cm) tall, by 5"(12.5cm) diameter.
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Hallmarked In 1900
Hallmarked in London in 1900 by Elkington & Co., this impressive, Victorian, Antique Sterling Silver Centrepiece, could be used as a trophy, a wine cooler, or as an oversized beer tankard. The centrepiece stands on thee recumbent lion feet, their front paws resting on balls, and features chased acanthus and scroll decoration throughout, and a lion rampant finial holding a vacant shield. The centrepiece measures 13"(33cm) tall, by 7.5"(19cm) in diameter, by 11"(28cm) handle to rim and weighs 90 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1995
Hallmarked in London in 1995 by I. Franks, this spectacular pair of Elizabeth II, Sterling Silver Wine Coolers, are hand engraved with the Coat of Arms for Prudential Insurance Company, who commissioned these directly from us, a true piece of our history! Each wine cooler measures 9"(23cm) tall, by 8"(20cm) wide and together they weigh a substantial 146 troy ounces.
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Hallmarked In 1804
Hallmarked in London in 1804 by Joseph Preedy, this remarkable pair of Antique Sterling Silver Wine Coolers are richly decorated, featuring a sculptural Bacchanalian frieze depicting the thiasus (the procession which followed Bacchus) and amongst the figures both Bacchus and his drunken foster Father (and tutor) Silenus. The bases are fluted with the underside of the coolers decorated with chased vines and leaves, and the tops decorated with cast grape and vine swags. This incredible pair of coolers are one of a group of 4 known slightly varying designs made by either Joseph Preedy or William Pitts between 1800-1810 (Pitts & Preedy were Partners from 1791-1799), with each example produced featuring the same frieze but with differing borders. Each wine cooler measures 10.5"(27cm) tall, by 9.5"(24cm) in diameter. Together the pair weigh a very impressive 154 troy ounces. The collars are not hallmarked, but are original.
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