Goblet imitating a glass drinking-cup, silver gilt inside and embossed. The upper half expands to a wide mouth, the lower with two rows of bosses imitating a glass. On the upper part are engraved three cartouches, with fruit, etc, between; in one cartouche are initials. No marks.
- Made in: Sweden
- Height: 7 centimetres
Text from Read and Tonnochy 1928, 'Catalogue of Silver Plate' (Franks Bequest):
Similar goblets in the National Museum at Copenhagen are figured and described in Olrik, 'Drikkehorn', pp. 114, 121, two from Viborg, and one from Aarhus, Denmark.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCN4268
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