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GEORGE III Sterling Silver Pint Beaker by Richard Sibley. London 1815

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Reference
8873
Elegant GEORGE III sterling silver pint beaker of good weight.
Maker: Richard Sibley. London 1815.

The beaker is plain apart from a crest of a stylised Tudor Rose which is possibly for Dorville or Dupre. Both of these names have been found as a direct match for the crest on the beaker and neither has a motto listed against the entry.
The full set of hallmarks and the makers mark are stamped near the rim. These are slightly rubbed but legible.
This is a pleasing piece of silver in its simplicity and generous weight.

Capacity: 20 Fluid Ounces (1 pint) (0.568 Ltrs)
Height: 3.9 inches (9.9 cm)
Diameter at rim: 3.7 inches (9.4cm) - Diameter at base: 3.1 inches (7.9cm)
Weight: 7 troy ounces (217.7 grams)
Year
1815
Medium
Sterling Silver
Origin
London
Condition
Very good.