A silver cup (two-handled) - George V
Sometimes referred to as a porringer, this lidded example is of circular form, raised on a round spreading pedestal turned foot and with two scroll handles embellished with a female figure. The lid has a large four leafed finial.
The length measurement includes the handles. The lid is also marked with the lion passant and date letter. This is a handsome, heavy and desirable piece; the original form for this two-handled cup was evolved in the seventeenth century
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