A Georgian Newcastle Silver Loving Cup

This beautiful Georgian Silver Loving Cup was made by Langland and Robertson, Newcastle 1780.

It is in beautiful condition, with a fine patina and elegant shape. Additionally it has a very fine set of Newcastle marks, including the townmark. Each handle is also marked with the makers mark. 

The loving cup measures 16cm tall and is approximately 21cm from handle to handle. 

A beautiful piece of English Provincial Silver, of the Georgian period. 

Type: cup
Function: drinking
Maker: Langland and Robertson
Country: England

Price: £ 850 GBP

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