An Edwardian Silver Gilt Cup and Cover in the Queen Anne Style

This magnificent silver gilt two-handled cup and cover, standing on a stepped spreading foot, was made by Alexander Crichton in London, 1931. The domed cover features beautiful gadrooned decorations, which are echoed in the finial, cup and stepped foot. The elegantly chased cartouche is centered on the cup with the scrolling handles.

 

This cup and cover is finely hand raised and chased, and of truly superb quality.

It weighs 1.54kg, and measures 24cm(9.5 inches) tall, 28cm(11 inches) wide from handle to handle, and 17cm(7 inches) in diameter approximately.

 


Type: Cup
Function: drinking
Maker: Alexander Crichton
Country: England

Price: £ 2,500 GBP

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