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



Tumblers date from the 17th century, designed so that the above spillage would

not occur when a pretty face momentarily distracted a gentleman.  

Its heavier base would cause the cup to right itself,

thus preserving both his drink - and dignity.


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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See Also :


Queen Anne Britannia Silver Tot Cup

Jacobite Interest

John Eckfound (probably) London 1707-8

Queen Anne Britannia Silver Beaker

William Gibson, London, 1702

William & Mary Silver Tumbler Cup,

London 1692, I*C above a mullet

arms of Rogers

George III Silver Baluster-Form Tumbler

Richard Cooke, London, 1810

William & Mary Silver Tot Cup

Ralph Leeke (Leake), London, c1695,

arms of Continental Marquis




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Early George III Silver Tumbler, William Caldecott, London, 1764, of good gauge with gilt interior