Here we have a marvellous antique William IV silver mounted goblet made by Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard in London 1834. The turned wooden goblet is mounted with silver, a notation to base "Goblet made from a Mulberry tree, Leyton, Essex 1794". Roundel cartouche panel to centre marked 'Selina' it is thought this once had belonged to or was given by a Lady Selina Meade by descent. The goblet is in excellent antique condition with minimal shrinkage and can still be used!
CULTURE: William IV
MATERIAL: Silver & Mulberry Wood
SIZE: 14.39cm tall x 9.5cm diameter cup x 9.47cm diameter base
WEIGHT: 645 grams
PROVENANCE: From a private collection, Bristol, United Kingdom
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