EARLY GEORGE III SILVER TUMBLER
William Caldecott, London, 1764
The round tumbler raised from a single sheet and well weighted at the base, with an incised line or rolled over
edge to the rim, marked verso and gilded on the interior
Made from the mid-17th century though the 18th century, "tumblers" are so named as the heavier base automatically rights the cup when knocked
Condition : Excellent, with good marks; several minor scuffs; no monogram or crest removal
2-5/8" Wide x 2.5"H / 2.8 oz.
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Early George III Silver Tumbler, William Caldecott, London, 1764, of good gauge with gilt interior