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Beakers, Goblets and Glasses

NDIDI EKUBIA Small Silver BEAKER
London Hallmarks

Fine Silver (999 Standard)

Diameter: 8 cm
Height: 6 cm




£ 595.00
REBECCA JOSELYN Large silver CRUSHED BEAKER
Sheffield 

Fully Hallmarked Silver
Sterling (925)

Height: 8.5 cm
Diameter: 8.8 cm



£ 795.00
Silver Beaker

Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Sheffield 
Styles Silver makers mark 
Height: 10.5cm 
Diameter: 8cm(top)
Weight:206g



£ 450.00
STUART DEVLIN 6 Silver CHAMPAGNE COUPES
London 1976

Height: 14.5 cm
Diameter top: 10 cm
Weight: 41 oz

Hammered bowls and gilt flowers to stems



£ 2,950.00
WILLIAM LEE Silver Beaker/Tumbler/Bowl
London 2019

999 Fine Silver

Height: 7 cm
Diameter to: 9 cm


£ 795.00
Heavy Silver Hammered Barrel Beaker
Sheffield
Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Height: 8.5cm
Weight: 264g
Diameter: 6.5cm
Hand Hammered Finish


£ 550.00
MALCOLM APPLEBY Silver BEAKER
Edinburgh 2018

999 Fine Silver

Height; 8 cm
Diameter top: 6 cm
Weight: 146 gms

Engraved to base: 4/10 - Number 4 of an edition of 10



£ 1,595.00
Set of 6 Hammered Silver Tumblers
Sheffield Hallmark

Britannia Silver

Styles Silver Mark

Height: 7.5 cm
Diameter top: 7.5

Heavy gauge


£ 3,250.00
Silver 'Hammered' Beaker

Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Sheffield 
Styles Silver makers mark 
Surface has been hand hammered 
Height: 10.5cm 
Diameter: 8cm(top)
Weight:206g



£ 475.00
.Silver and Glass Tumbler
Fully Hallmarked Silver in Birmingham
Height: 10ľcm / 4ľ"
£ 79.00
3.2" Silver Beaker
London
Fully Hallmarked Silver
Height - 80mm
Diameter - 68mm


£ 265.00
3.2" Silver Beaker
London
Fully Hallmarked Silver
Height - 80mm
Diameter - 70mm


£ 275.00
3.5" Silver Beaker
London
Fully Hallmarked Silver
Height - 89mm
Diameter - 68mm
£ 295.00
ADRIAN HOPE Oxidised Silver Beaker
Edinburgh Hallmark

Height: 7 cm
Diameter: 6 cm


£ 395.00
ADRIAN HOPE Silver Beaker
Edinburgh Hallmark

Height: 7 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

£ 395.00
ADRIAN HOPE Small Oxidised Silver Beaker
Edinburgh Hallmark

Height: 5.5 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

£ 295.00
ALEX STYLES Silver Goblet
London 1976
Height: 16 cm

Engraved to base 'Des. A G Styles Garrard & Co'

£495 each -  2 available
£ 495.00
ANTHONY ELSON 8 Silver WINE GOBLETS
London 1972 (1 -1973)

Garrard & Co Ltd

Height: 17.5 cm







£ 2,950.00
AURUM Silver 'CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL' GOBLET
London 1976

White box, certificate and leaflet

This was the 13th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 347 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 600 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER TO COMMEMORATE THE NINTH CENTENARY OF THE FOUNDATION OF CHICHESTER CATHEDRAL IN 1075

 Edition of:                   600

Designer:                     Desmond Clen-Murphy

Maker:                         Hector Miller Ė Stuart Devlin Workshop

Sponsorís Mark:         Desmond Clen-Murphy

Weight:                       10oz

Height:                        16.5 cm           Cost new:        £164 - £325 pair - £972 x 6

Booklet certificate signed by Walter Hussey, Dean of Chichester

The tapering profile of the goblets cup traces that of the Cathedralís spire. Only six of Englandís medieval cathedrals have stone spires. The cup is supported by a stem formed as a sheaf of wheat. From Roman times, the fertile Sussex plain has been renowned for grain and, in the eighteenth century, with Chichester as its prospering centre, it became the granary of Southern England, feeding London. Upon the wheatsheaf stem appears the six heraldic martlets of Sussex.

(Desmond Clen-Murphy lived in Sussex and produced several commissions for Chichester Cathedral)




£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'EXETER CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1980

Original box and certificate

This was the 
29th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs
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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 PRODUCED BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER IN 1980 TO COMMEMORATE THE WORK OF BISHOPS BRONESCOMBE & QUINIL IN THE CREATION OF EXETER CATHEDRAL

Booklet certificate signed by Clifford T Chapman, Dean of Exeter

Edition of:                         500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:             HM

Weight:                       9.5 oz

Height:                       16.5 cm       Cost new:£557 - £1110 pair - £3320 x 6

At Exeter, AD 1280 marked the death of Walter Bronescombe and the accession of Peter Quinil. Bronescombe planned and began the new Exeter Cathedral but much work remained Ė it is to these two bishops that Exeter owes its Cathedral as it is today.

The curvature of the ribbed foot of the goblet is inspired by the moulded arches overhead in the longest Gothic vault in Christendom. These lofty arches rise from vaulting shafts, all carried by corbels which are enriched with naturalistic carvings. These have inspired the gobletís stem.

Exeterís well-loved Tumbler is balanced on the Cathedrals Coat of Arms. Next to him stands St Peter, to whom the cathedral is dedicated. On the other two sides are miniature sculptures of Moses and the Virgin and Child






£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'HEREFORD CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1976

Original white box, certificate and leaflet

This was the 
15th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 11 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 676 MADE BY ORDER OF THE LORD BISHOP OF HEREFORD TO COMMEMORATE THE THIRTEENTH CENTENARY OF THE FOUNDATION OF THE DIOCESE IN 676

Certificate signed by John Hereford, Lord Bishop of Hereford

 

Edition of:                   676

Designer:                     John Sutherland-Hawes

Maker:                         Hector Miller Ė Stuart Devlin Workshop

Maker's Mark:             JSH

Weight:                       11oz

Height:                        16.5 cm                                   Cost new:        £158

 

Hereford Cathedral nave is supported by large majestic columns and theses inspire the weight and shape of the stem of the goblet. The decoration of the stem is inspired by the vigorous twelfth century carving on their capitals which are the rarest of the Cathedralís works. The decoration at the top of the stem incorporates, at intervals, the five inverted chevrons of the Cathedralís ancient arms. The more dominant leopardís heads, canted and transfixed by fleur de lys, come from the arms of the Diocese and date from the thirteenth century.They are a legacy from Thomas de Cantilupe, Herefordís bishop and, later, its saint. Their fearless aspect was not inappropriate for a man who would defy his king in a just cause, or a See which could only live by courage.

 

Goblet Number 1 was presented to HM The Queen by the Bishop of Hereford on her visit to distribute Maundy Money on 15th April 1976 



£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL' Goblet
London 1983

Original brown box, Certificate, Letters and large photo

This was the 45th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

KINGíS COLLEGE CHAPEL GOBLET NUMBER 338 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500


Certificate reads:
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL GOBLET NUMBER 37 THIS CERTIFIES THAT THE ABOVE IS ONE OF THE SOLE LIMITED EDITION OF 500 GOBLETS COMMISSIONED BY THE PROVOST AND FELLOWS OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE IN 1983 TO COMMEMORATE THE RESTORATION OF KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL

Signed by Bernard Williams, PROVOST

Edition of:                   500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                      6oz       Cost new: £388 - £770 pair - £2300 for 6

The Royal Heraldic Beats surrounding the goblet's foot beneath the Founder's Crown stand in order of succession of the five kings they represent. The Lion of England present the Ostrich Feathers of Henry VI. For Edward IV, the Yorkist Sun in Splendour is held by the Bull of Clarence, through which he claimed the throne. Richard III's Boar holds the White Rose. The Crowned Portcullis with the Tudor Dragon is assigned to Henry VII and the Crowned Tudor Rose with the Beaufort Greyhound to Henry VIII



£ 395.00
AURUM Silver 'PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1988

This was the 57th item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

This one in original brown box with certificate, letter and leaflet

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 230 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER TO COMMEMORATE THE 750TH ANNIVERSARY IN 1988 OF COMPLETION OF PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL

Certificate signed by Randolph Wise, Dean of Peterborough

Edition of:                   500

Designed by:               Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:             HM

Weight:                       12oz

Height:                         16.5 cm



£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'SOUTHWELL MINSTER ' Goblet
London 1984

This was the 47th  item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

Box, Booklet and Certificate

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 316 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF FIVE HUNDRED PRODUCED BY ORDER OF THE LORD BISHOP OF SOUTHWELL FOR THE CENTENARY OF THE DIOCESE

Certificate signed by Denis Southwell, Lord Bishop of Southwell

Edition of:                   500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:             HM

Weight:                       8 oz

Height:                       16.5 cm  Cost new: £396 - £785 pair - £2350 for 6

Since 1108 Southwell Mister has been the mother church of Nottinghamshire and a cathedral since 1884. The bowl of the goblet is decorated with the Leaves of Southwell; this sober Norman building contains the most luxuriant and finest Gothic foliage carving in England. Leaves of various plants and trees can be found there, and the main ones are the Oak, Hawthorn and Ivy found here. Amongst the foliage can be seen the face of the Green Man, who became part of the symbolic language of the Church in the Middle Ages, although his origin goes back to pagan times. The three golden lines around the foot of the goblet make a dual heraldic allusion. Undulating lines, Ďwavy fessesí, are indicative of water in heraldry. They are a principal feature of in both the shield of Nottinghamshire, referring to the River Trent, and in the shield of the Diocese, recalling the three ancient wells which gave Southwell its name.

 On the 19th April 1984 HRH The Queen made her first visit to the Minster and was presented with goblet number 1 by the Lord Bishop of Southwell.





£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1979

Certificate &  Original Brown box 

This was the 25th  item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER 829 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 900 BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER TO COMMEMORATE THE NINTH CENTENARY OF WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL IN 1979

Booklet certificate signed by Michael Stancliffe, Dean of Winchester

Edition of:                   900

Designer:                     Hector Miller & John Sutherlnd-Hawes & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                       13oz

Height:                      16.5 cm          Cost new:        £276 - £550 pair - £1644 x 6

The 9 Figures around the stem are: King Alfred; St Swithun; Bishop Walkelin; William Kingsmill; Mary Tudor; William of Wykeham; a Benedictine Monk; William Walker, a diver who saved the foundations and a Mason

£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'YORK MINSTER ' Goblet
London 1972

Box, Leaflet and Certificate

This was the 1st item of 59 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

 NUMBER 215 OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF YORK TO COMMEMORATE THE 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE COMPLETION OF THE GOTHIC MINSTER AND THE END OF THE FIVE YEARS OF WORK OF RESTORATION IN 1972

Booklet certificate signed by Alan Richardson, Dean of York

Edition of:                               500

Designer:                    Hector Miller

Maker:                         Hector Miller Ė Stuart Devlin Workshop

Makerís Mark:             HM

Weight:                       15 oz

Height:                        16.5 cm                   Cost new:        £88

 The Minster is the fifth cathedral in York and took nearly two and a half centuries to complete before it was re-consecrated in 1472. In 1967 the foundations were seen to be failing and the great central tower in danger of collapse. The frieze around the base of the goblet symbolises the restoration with twelve figures representing the hundreds of skilled workers involved: Engineers;Woodworkers; Plasterers; Surveyors; Decorators; Masons and Stone Carvers; Scaffolders; Steelworkers; Drillers and Concreters.

In a letter from the Dean promoting the York Minster Bowl he said: "Ö..the first piece produced, the Aurum York Minster Goblet, exceeded our hopes in every one of these respects. The almost instantaneous over-subscription of the entire edition on its first public announcement was gratifying but not surprising.Ē

(This was the first limited edition piece that Hector Miller produced for Aurum and was made in the workshops of Stuart Devlin where Hector was working at the time)


£ 550.00
BARRY THOMAS Silver Beaker
Sheffield 2006

Height: 10 cm
Diameter top: 8.5 cm

4 available




£ 275.00
BLUNT & WRAY Silver Goblets
London 1965

Set of six with fine geometric engraved design 

Stamped 'DIADEM' to base

Height: 10 cm

Blunt & Wray were Ecclesiastical metalwork suppliers in Clerkenwell Road with 15 employees and 'DIADEM' was their trade name for domestic silverware. Anthony Elson purchased the Company in 1966.


£ 495.00
Boxed Pair Small Silver Tumbler Cups
Sheffield 2005

Britannia Standard 

Diameter: 4.5 cm
Height:     3.5 cm

£ 225.00
BRETT PAYNE Silver Beaker
Fully Hallmarked Silver 

Made in Britannia 958 Standard Silver

Double skinned to keep iced drinks cold

Height: 11cm
Weight: 337g




£ 695.00
BRIAN FULLER Silver BEAKER
London 1981

Height: 9.8 cm
Diameter: 7.2 cm

Also marked with Brian Fuller's Glis Glis Dormouse logo


£ 350.00
BRYONY KNOX Small Silver Beaker
Edinburgh 2008

Height: 6.5 cm
Diameter Top: 6 cm

£ 295.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Silver GOBLET
London 1975

Height: 12 cm
Diameter: 7 cm



£ 275.00
DESMOND CLEN-MURPHY Silver Beaker - Vase
London 1968

Height: 11.5 cm

Stippled Band and gilt lined

3 available

Desmond Clen-Murphy (1924-2010). He studied with Gerald Benney at Brighton School of Arts and Crafts where they were taught silversmithing by Dunstan Pruden. He established a workshop in Brighton in 1952 and taught at Worthing. In the 1950's gave Benney a hand and also worked with Louis Osman. The majority of his work was made as commissions from the Goldsmiths' Company, Universities, Churches and the Government. His work rarely turns up apart from the Chichester Cathedral goblet he designed for Aurum in 1976 - some of his work can be seen in the Treasury there.

£ 295.00
ERIC CLEMENTS Silver Beaker
London 1990

Made by Wakely & Wheeler

Designed by Eric Clements

Height: 11.9 cm
Diameter: 7.7 cm

Commissioned by Glaxo for Director Ralf Dahrendorf


£ 650.00
GEOFFREY BELLAMY Silver Beaker
London 1958

Height: 10cm
Diameter: base: 5cm
Diameter top: 6.25cm
Weight: 183 gms








£ 240.00
GERALD BENNEY Silver Beaker 1948
London 1948

Mark: Brighton College of Art

Height: 12cm
Diameter: 8.5cm

Handmade by Gerald Benney during his last year at Brighton before going to the Royal College of Art in 1950

Provenance : The Gerald and Janet Benney Collection of  Silver


£ 795.00
GERALD BENNEY Silver 'Haberdasher's 'Company' Beaker
London 1973

Height: 8.5 cm
Diameter: 6.3 cm

The Worshipful Company of Haberdashers - 'Serve and Obey'

£ 650.00
GRANT MACDONALD Silver BEAKER
London 1975

Height: 10 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

2 available


£ 450.00
GRANT MACDONALD Silver GOBLET
London 1972

Height: 13.5 cm

Textured electroformed stem

3 more identical available - 1 1972 & 2 1977


£ 350.00
HANNAH DUNNE 'BULBOUS' Silver Beaker
Sheffield 2009

Maker's Mark SHU - Sheffield Hallam University

Height: 8 cm
Diameter: 8 cm

Hannah made this while still at University


£ 495.00
Heavy Silver Hammered Tumbler
Sheffield
Fully Hallmarked Silver
Height: 7.5cm
Weight: 274g
Diameter:7cm
Hand Hammered Finish


£ 550.00
JOCELYN BURTON Silver Beaker
London 1971
Height: 14.5 cm

Satin finish set with three moonstones under Nautilus Shells



£ 595.00
JOCELYN BURTON Silver Beaker
London 1976

Height: 14 cm
Weight: 12 oz



£ 595.00
JOCELYN BURTON Silver 'SCALLOP' Beaker
London 1978

Height: 9 cm
Diameter top: 7.8 cm
Weight: 389 gms

In original Jocelyn Burton box with silver mounted wooden plinth

Height on plinth: 13 cm


£ 650.00
JOCELYN BURTON Silver Seahorse Goblet
London 1972

Height 19.7 cm











£ 395.00
JOHN FOSTER MILLER Six Silver Goblets
London 1969

Height: 16.5 cm

Weight: 44 oz

Hand raised

John Foster Miller entered his mark in 1969

£ 1,750.00
Large Silver Hammered BEAKER
Edinburgh 2005

Hayward & Stott

Height: 10.5 cm
Diameter top: 8 cm

Hand beaten with Gold plated decoration and interior

Two available

New retail price £620




£ 350.00
LESLIE DURBIN  Silver BEAKER
London 1973

Height; 7.5 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

A similar beaker available separately with reversed stem decoration


 
£ 450.00
LESLIE DURBIN Silver BEAKER
London 1973

Height; 7.5 cm
Diameter: 6 cm

A similar beaker available separately with reversed stem decoration

£ 450.00