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GEORGE III Rare Sterling Silver Double Beaker in the form of a Barrel. London 1772

Reference
8819
Rare and very attractive GEORGE III sterling silver double beaker in the form of a barrel.
Makers: Charles Aldridge and Henry Green. London 1772

This type of double beaker was made for just a few years between 1765 and 1800.
Each beaker is hallmarked on the base and has a contemporary family crest near the upper rim. The inside of both beakers is gilded.
These beakers are of a very good weight and sit comfortably in the hand. When fitted together the beakers are ideal for travelling.

Height: 3.1 inches (7.87cm) each
Diameter of rim: 3.1 inches (7.87cm) each
Weight: 9.98 troy ounces (310 grams) the pair
Approximate Capacity: 10.5 fluid ounces (300 ml) each
Year
1772
Medium
Sterling Silver
Origin
London
Condition
Very good