Georgian silver goblet

Georgian silver goblet "East India Company" by John Reily of London

Code: 12030

RESERVED

A wonderful Georgian silver goblet of an elegant Campagna shape. Hallmarked for London 1809 by the silversmith John Reily. The marks are clear but rubbed. The goblet bears the arms of the British East India Company "Haileybury College" which opened its doors to students in 1809, the same year as this inaugural goblet was made. Gold medals for this school bear the same arms and motto. A rare item in very good, clean condition. Superficial surface bruising and a couple of dings but very smart in appearance and perfectly usable today!

OBJECT: Goblet

CULTURE: Georgian

DATE: 1809

MATERIAL: Silver

SIZE: it stands 41/2” high it’s 25/8” wide and the base measures 25/8” across

WEIGHT:  143 grams

PROVENANCE: From a private collection, Wakefield, United Kingdom