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ANTIQUE SILVER GILT TROPHY / CUP LONDON 1909 (COPY OF THE EXETER GOLD CUP 1660)

Reference
N5186
Height
21 cm (8 1/4")
Width
24.4 cm (9 1/2")
Diameter
17.7 cm (6 1/1")
An Antique Silver Gilt Cup designed as a copy of the 1660 Exeter Cup of Gold. The shaped bowl is diided into lobed sections, each with repousse floral design. This lobed design is carried through on the shaped lid. The difference between this reproduction and the original cup is the inscriptions. The reproduction cup is engraved with 1869 (Monogram) 1919 on the one side and a crest on other side. The Motto under the crest is Disce Mori Ut Vivas (Learn to die so that thou might live). The cup is presented in its original case and comes with a detailed typed description.

The Cup was given to Sir Thomas & Lady Hewitt on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary from their children in 1919.

Made in London.
Date - 1909.
Maker - Mappin & Webb.

Approx. Weight - 1097.6g / 35.34oz
Approx. Heigth - 210mm / 8 1/4 inches
Approx. Width incl. Handles - 244mm / 9 1/2 inches
Approx. Diameter at Rim - 177mm / 6 3/4 inches

T/CCTT
Height
21 cm (8 1/4")
Width
24.4 cm (9 1/2")
Diameter
17.7 cm (6 1/1")
Year
1909
Medium
Solid Silver Gilt
Country
London
Signed
Crest, Dates and Monograms engraved.
Condition
This Item is in very good condition and is hallmarked.