A Victorian silver presentation goblet by Edward Barton, London 1828
Lot 41
A Victorian silver presentation goblet by Edward Barton, London 1828
£1,000 - 1,200
US$ 1,700 - 2,000
Auction Details
Lot Details
A Victorian silver presentation goblet
by Edward Barton, London 1828
Thistle form, the body profusely chased with a hunting scene, with two c-scroll framed cartouches, the first with an armorial engraved shield, the second with a presentation inscription, 'Shelton Gorse Established 1814', all below a band of acanthus leaves, raised on a girdled stem with leaf flange and terminating in a circular foot with fruiting vine leaf decoration, gilt interior, height 21.3cm, weight 19oz.

Footnotes

  • The arms of RUDSTONE, originally of Yorkshire. The shield has also been identified with CROFTS.
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