17 November 2009
A PAIR OF ELIZABETH II SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL TUMBLER-CUPS AND THREE SIMILAR BEAKERS
MARK OF GERALD BENNEY, LONDON, 1975 AND 1972, THE TUMBER-CUPS WITH THE WORKMASTERS MARK OF ROBERT VIDAL WINTER, ONE BEAKER WITH THE WORKMASTERS MARK OF ALAN ALFRED EVANS
Each tapering cylindrical, with brownish black enamel and gilt interiors, each marked underneath, the base of each further stamped 'GERALD BENNEY LONDON'
2 7/8 in. (7.3 cm.) high and smaller (5)
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