24 April 2008
A VICTORIAN SILVER CUP
MARK OF JOHN SAMUEL HUNT AND ROBERT ROSKELL, LONDON, 1875
Vase shaped and on square base, the neck applied with a band of fruiting grapevines on a textured ground and with two husk and berry-capped double snake handles, with a lobed rim, marked near rim, the base further stamped 'HUNT & ROSKELL LATE STORR & MORTIMER 6966'
19¼ in. (49 cm.) high
139 oz. (4,337 gr.)
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