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Beakers, Goblets and Glasses

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


£ 495.00
.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
£ 265.00
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
ADRIAN HOPE Small 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 1973
Height: 17.5 cm
Also with Bristol city assay mark
Bristol 1373-1973 Commemorative Goblets
Limited Edition
£2950

RESERVED 
ANTHONY ELSON 8 Silver Wine Goblets
London 1972 (1 -1973)

Garrard & Co Ltd

Height: 17.5 cm

£ 2,950.00
ANTHONY ELSON Silver Goblet

London 1972

Height: 17.5 cm


£ 295.00
AURUM Silver 'BLACKBURN CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1976

Booklet  - no box or certificate with this one

This was the
16th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 750 MADE BY ORDER OF THE PROVOST AND CHAPTER OF BLACKBURN TO COMMEMORATE THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CATHEDRAL IN 1976 AND ITS CONSECRATION IN 1977

 Booklet certificate signed by Lawrence Jackson, Provost of Blackburn

Edition of:                                 750

Designer:                     Hector Miller

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                       8.5oz

Height:                       16.5 cm                                   Cost new:        £162

The goblets stem is formed of a Madonna Lily, which for centuries has symbolised the Virgin Mary, the only lily of true pure whiteness. The three open blooms are overlaid with rhodium: one of the whitest metals known, akin to platinum but more precious. Surrounding the base of the stem are three Lancastrian roses; the geographical boundaries of the diocese and Lancashire are practically the same.




£ 395.00
AURUM Silver 'CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1989

Box, certificate and leaflet

This was the last  item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF CANTERBURY TO COMMEMORATE THE 900TH ANNIVERSARY IN 1989 OF ARCHBISHOP LANFRANC

Certificate signed by John A Simpson, Dean of Canterbury

Edition of:                                500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                       12oz

Height:                       16.5 cm

When Lanfranc came to Canterbury the Cathedral and Monastery were in ruins. He was nearly 70 when he became Archbishop and he had 19 very fruitful years. When he died in 1089 he had completely rebuilt the Cathedral and Monastery and won back purloined land and incomes. He appears in miniature on the goblet in alternating frames based on two stained glass windows from the Cathedralís Trinity Chapel. He is in the company of St Augustine, the founder; St Thomas Becket, martyred in the Cathedral; the Black Prince who is buried there and William the Conqueror who Lanfranc served loyally. The sixth figure has no nameĖ a  medieval pilgrim, representative of the myriad pilgrims who made their way to Canterbury and the shrine of St Thomas.

Goblet number 1 was presented to HRH The Queen by the Chapter of Canterbury



£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'ELY CATHEDRAL' Goblet

London 1973

Goblet only

This was the 5th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 673 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN & CHAPTER OF ELY TO COMMEMORATE THE THIRTEENTH CENTENARY OF THE FOUNDATION IN 673 AD

Booklet certificate signed by M S Carey, Dean of Ely

Edition of:                            673

Designer:                     John Willmin

Maker:                         Raymond Crisp

Sponsorís Mark:        JMW

Weight:                       17oz

Height:                        16.5 cm                                   Cost new:        £96

 

The Isle of Ely was an island in a sea marsh until the seventeenth century. The long connection with the sea is reflected in the design of the goblet with the mermaid holding the three keys of Ely, the Cathedralís heraldic device. The octagonal stem with its wave-like texture is based on the great vault surmounted by a tower of oak.

£ 495.00
AURUM Silver 'EPPING FOREST' Goblet

London 1978

White box + Certificate 

This was the 20th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- BY ORDER OF THE EPPING FOREST TRUST AND WITH THE APPROVAL OF THE CORPORATION OF LONDON THIS GOBLET HAS BEEN PRODUCED IN A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 TO MARK THE CENTENARY IN 1978 OF THE CORPORATIONíS ROLE AS THE CONSERVATORS OF THE FOREST

Booklet certificate signed by Peter Vanneck, Lord Mayor of London

 
Edition of:                            500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:              HM

Weight:                       12oz

Height:                        16.5 cm               Cost new:        £246 - £490 pair - £1464 x 6  

 In a promotional letter dated 24th May 1978 the Lord Mayor, Air Commodore The Honourable Sir Peter Vanneck wrote: ĎOne hundred years ago, the city of London won a long, hard and very important battle. It was fought specifically to save Epping Forest but its implications were much wider. The Epping Forest Act of 1878 proved a turning point in the sad story of the depredation of Englandís common lands and was a major early victory for the forces of conservationí.

£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'EXETER CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1980

Booklet certificate, letter and photo

This was the 
28th item of 58 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 Gilt Jewelled Goblet

London 1982

Box, certificate and paperwork

This was the 43rd item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

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Edition:                                  250

Designer:                    Hector Miller

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                        4.5oz

Height:                        20.5 cm                                   Cost new:        £285 - £560 pair

 

Produced in honour of  HRH The Princess of Wales and their son Prince William.

Stuart Crystal cup on a base set with three cultured pearls forming the centres of Welsh Poppy blooms rising from a circle of scallop shells. The Welsh Poppy blooms in June,when Prince William was born, and his birth gem is the pearl. Scallop Shells are the most conspicuous feature of the Spencer familyís coat of arms, now incorporated in the royal arms of The Prince of Wales.

(Mulberry Hall was a retailer of china and crystal in York for 60 years until it closed in 2016)

£ 275.00
AURUM Silver 'HEREFORD CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1976

No box or certificate

This was the 
14th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- 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

Cerificate

This was the 44th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

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


Certificate reads:
KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL GOBLET NUMBER --- 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

Height:                         16.5 cm      Cost New: £388  - £770 pair - £2300 x 6


£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'LINCOLN CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1980

Certificate, no box     

This was the 31st item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 700 MADE BY THE ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER TO COMMEMORATE THE SEVENTH CENTENARY IN 1980 OF THE COMPLETION OF LINCOLN CATHEDRAL

Booklet certificate signed by Oliver Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Dean of Lincoln

Edition of:                   700

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:              HM

Weight:                       10 oz

Height:                        16.5 cm 
 

            





£ 495.00
AURUM Silver 'NEW FOREST' Goblet
London 1979

Box, booklet certificate + letter

This was the 27th  item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- BY ORDER OF THE NEW FOREST NINTH CENTENARY TRUST THIS GOBLET HAS BEEN PRODUCED TO MARK THE 900TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOREST IN 1979

Certificate signed by Malmesbury, The Earl of Malmesbury T,D. Chairman of the Trustees

Edition of:                               500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:              HM

Weight:                       11oz

Height:                       16.5 cm         Cost new:    £246- £490 pair - £1464 x 6

In 1079 William the Conqueror designated the Forest as a royal hunting preserve. The first mention of oak being felled in the forest for the Navy appears in 1611 when 1800 trees were supplied for shipbuilding.


 

£ 450.00
AURUM Silver 'PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1988

Brown box + certificate

This was the 56th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- 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 'RIPON CATHEDRAL' Goblet
London 1985

Certificate, booklet + letters - no box

This was the 50th  item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs 

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 500 MADE BY ORDER OF THE LORD BISHOP OF RIPON TO COMMEMORATE THE FOUNDATION OF THE DIOCESE IN 1836

Certificate signed by Daniel Ripon, Lord Bishop of Ripon

Edition of:                           500

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                        Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                       11oz

Height:                        16.5cm               Cost new:        £465 - £920 pair - £2750 six

 Five sculpted figures adorn the goblet: St Wilfred, the founder; St Peter, the patron saint; Charles Longley, the first Bishop of the new diocese and later Archbishop of York and Canterbury; King James I, the benefactor who restored the revenues taken by Henry VIII and Walter de Grey, the great builder. All figures were sculpted by Tim Minett from stone sculptures in the Cathedral except for Archbishop de Grey, taken from a 13th Century portrayal at York Minster.

The Queen was presented with number 1 by the Lord Bishop on her visit for the Maundy Service on 4th April 1985

£ 475.00
AURUM Silver 'SOUTHWELL MINSTER ' Goblet
London 1984

This was the 46th  item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

Box, Booklet and Certificate

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- 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

Since1108 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 'St PAUL'S CATHEDRAL ROYAL WEDDING' Goblet
London 1981

No box or certificate

This was the 35th item of 58made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- A LIMITED EDITION OF 1,000 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF ST PAULíS TO COMMEMORATE THE WEDDING OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES AND THE LADY DIANA SPENCER ON 29 JULY 1981

Booklet certificate signed by Alan Webster, Dean of St. Paulís

Edition of:                   1000

Designer:                    Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                        Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:            HM

Weight:                       11 oz

Height:                         16.7 cm      Cost new:   £388 - £770 pair - £2300 x 6

 The bowl of the goblet is held by heraldic beasts, each holding its appropriate coat of arms, are those associated with the three principals in the event.

For the Prince, the Dragon, his insignia as Prince of Wales: the Celtic badge of chieftanship, first used in English royal heraldry by the Tudors.

For the Lady Diana, the Griffin, crest of the Spencers: in legend a guardian of treasure with the appearance of the eagle and lion combined.

For St Paulís, the Phoenix, its emblem chosen by Wren. The cathedral he built replaced old St Paulís, destroyed in the Great Fire of London, as fire had destroyed its two predecessors. Each time, like a phoenix from its ashes, it rose again.


£ 395.00
AURUM Silver 'WESTMINSTER ABBEY JUBILEE' Cup
London 1977

Original Box + Certificate

This was the 18th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 750 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN & CHAPTER OF WESTMINSTER TO COMMEMORATE THE SILVER JUBILEE IN 1977 OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Booklet certificate signed by Edward Carpenter, Dean of Westminster

Edition of:                   750

Designer:                     Hector Miller & Tim Minett

Maker:                         Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:             H M

Weight:                      13 oz

Height:                       18.5 cm     Cost new:        £234- £466 pair - £1392 x 6

The bowl of the cup surmounts a crowned, rampant lion, the royal and national symbol of England, whose origin lies in Richard the Lionheartís choice of golden lions for his alms. The lion proffers St. Edwardís Crown, so named because, in origin, it was the Confessorís own, preserved by the Abbey and is ow the Coronation Crown, The lionís left paw is supported by a shield bearing a cross and five martlets: the arms of St. Edward, which are incorporated in those of the Abbey. The shape of the cupís foot, with its twenty five gilt flutes, is reminiscent of the fab vaulting of the Henry VII chapel, the Abbeyís most wonderful architectural feature.

The Dean, Edward Carpenter, presented Goblet number 1 to Her Majesty the Queen on her visit to the Abbey on Maundy Thursday, her first public engagement following her return from overseas.

£ 495.00
AURUM Silver 'WESTMINSTER ABBEY ROYAL WEDDING' Goblet
London 1986

Box, booklet, certificate and letter

This was the 54th item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

NUMBER--- OF A LIMITED EDITION OF 750 MADE BY ORDER OF THE DEAN AND CHAPTER OF WESTMINSTER TO COMMEMORATE THE WEDDING OF HRH THE PRINCE ANDREW AND MISS SARAH FERGUSON ON 23 JULY 1986

Certificate signed by Michael Mayne, Dean of Westminster

Edition of:                                 750

Designer:                     Hector Miller

Makerís Mark:              HM

Weight:                         13oz

Height:                        17 cm             Cost new:        £465 - £920 pair - £2750 x 6

The gobletís trumpet shaped bowl rises from a pierced surround resembling a crown,heightened with crosses patee and fleur-de-lis as is the Princeís own. It contains the coats of arms of the three principals: the Prince, his bride and Westminster Abbey itself.

Goblet Number 1 was a wedding gift to the Royal couple from the Abbey

£ 395.00
AURUM Silver 'YORK MINSTER ' Goblet
London 1972

Box and Certificate

This was the 1st item of 58 made for John Sutherland-Hawes' Aurum Designs

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Engraved to base:

 NUMBER--- 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

MakerísMark:             HM

Weight:                       15oz

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
Boxed Pair Small Silver Tumbler Cups
Sheffield 2005

Britannia Standard 

Diameter: 4.5 cm
Height:     3.5 cm

£ 225.00
Boxed Set 6 Silver Goblets
Christopher Lawrence
London 1972
Height: 15 cm

Original box and signed certificate by Lawrence
£ 2,750.00
BRETT PAYNE Silver Beaker
Fully Hallmarked Silver 
Made in Britannia Standard Silver(958)
Double skinned
Height: 11cm
Weight: 337g


£ 750.00
BRIAN ASQUITH Silver Goblet
Sheffield 1992

Height: 18 cm
Diameter top: 8 cm
Weight: 509 gms

A one off commission for a Director of Glaxo 
Engraved to base: CHARLES A SANDERS. M.D. JANUARY 1990

Loaned to the Goldsmiths' Company for their Brian Asquith exhibition in 1992 at Goldsmiths' Hall




£ 995.00
BRYONY KNOX Small Silver Beaker
Edinburgh 2008
Height: 6.5 cm
Diameter Top: 6 cm
£ 350.00
CHRIS KNIGHT Silver Goblet/Beaker
Sheffield 1992

Height: 16.5 cm

Reversible Goblet or Beaker - gilt lined cups
£ 795.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE  Silver Goblet
London 1969

Height 13.2 cm

7 oz

Original House of Lawrian box

2 available
  
£ 275.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Set of Six Silver Goblets
London 1972
Designed by Christopher Lawrence 
Made by C J Vander 
Total Weight: 1585g
Height: 12.5cm

£ 1,500.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Silver Beaker
Silver Beaker

London 1990

Height: 10 cm
Diameter top: 9 cm
£ 450.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Silver Goblet
London 1975

Height: 12cm
Diameter: 7cm


£ 275.00
CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE Silver Goblet
London 1971

Designed by Christopher Lawrence
Made by C J Vander

Height: 13 cm

£ 275.00
CLARE PARDOE Silver 'Derriere' Cup
Fully Hallmarked

Width: 6 cm
Height: 4 cm

£ 150.00
DAVID THOMAS Slver Goblet
London 1988

Height 14 cm
Diameter top: 6.5 cm

Engraved standing Stag to front

Applied Thistles round stem

£ 750.00
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.

£ 395.00
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


£ 795.00
GERALD BENNEY Silver Beaker
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

Provenence : The Gerald and Janet Benney Collection of Silver
£ 795.00
GERALD BENNEY Small Silver Goblet
London 1975
Height: 10.2 cm
Diameter top: 4.2 cm
£ 550.00
GRAHAM WATLING Pair Silver Goblets
London 1973

Height: 13.5 cm
Diameter top: 7 cm
Weight: 581 gms

Identical pair available 1976

£ 895.00
GRAHAM WATLING Pair Silver Goblets
London 1976

Weight: 13.5 cm
Diameter top: 7.5 cm
Weight: 652 gms

Another identical pair available London 1973

£ 895.00