PAIR ANTIQUE SCOTTISH GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS / WINE GLASSES 1779 GEORGE III DOG GREYHOUND

PAIR ANTIQUE SCOTTISH GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLETS / WINE GLASSES 1779 GEORGE III DOG GREYHOUND
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1799 Edinburgh
An impressive pair of Antique Solid Silver Goblets of substantial size embellished with a band of chases leaves around the base of the cup and a detailed engraving on the side. This engraving shows a Greyhound Dog with a background of trees and is engraved SPRING - Belonging to Robert Wellwood of Garrock who won this Cup 6th Nov. 1800 by beating 5 other Dogs. The interior of each Goblet is lightly gilded.

These Goblets were made in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1799 by McHattie & Fenwick.

Approx. Total Weight - 650g / 20.9oz
Approx. Height - 18.1cm
Approx. Diameter at Rim - 10.2cm
Made in Edinburgh
Date - 1799
Maker - MCHATTIE & FENWICK

CONDITION

These goblets are in excellent condition with no damage. The engraving is lightly worn commensurate with age and use, but still entirely legible.

MEDIUM

Sterling Silver.

SIGNED/INSCRIBED

Full English Hallmarks on Each.
SOLD

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