Antique & Vintage Sterling Silver Trophy Cups

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Sterling Silver Presentation Trophy/Loving Cup by Tiffany
H 11.5″
$9,200

 


Sterling Silver Presentation Trophy/Loving Cup by Tiffany
H 9.75″
$8,200

 


Presentation Trophy/Loving Cup by Tiffany (Sterling, Hollowware)
H 6.125″
$4,800

 


Medium sized silver trophy cup hallmarked for Birmingham 1926, with the maker’s mark of the celebrated Elkington and Company
H 6.6″
368 g
11.83 t oz
Ref: 17
$1,200

Very impressive pair of handles. Not inscribed, so plenty of room for your dedication. Excellent condition.

 


Excellent antique silver trophy cup hallmarked for Edinburgh 1823, with the maker’s mark of George Fenwick
H 9.6″
990 g
31.83 t oz
Ref: 45
$5,300

Baluster shape body extensively decorated with repousse garland to each side giving two vacant cartouches ready for your inscription. Good pair of C scroll handles with leaf capping, resting atop classical maidens. Excellent condition.

 


Good sized silver trophy cup hallmarked for Sheffield 1929, with the maker’s mark of Walker and Hall
H 8.5″
743 g
23.89 t oz
Ref: 47
$1,800

The trophy has an everted rim, a deep body and a good pair of C scroll handles. Not inscribed, plenty of room all around for many inscriptions. Excellent condition.

 


Antique trophy cup and cover hallmarked for London 1908, with the maker’s mark of William Hutton and Sons Ltd.
H 11.5″
1,905 g
61.25 t oz
Ref: 48
$6,500

Not inscribed, plenty of room for any amount of inscribing that you may care to have done. A substantial and impressive piece of silverware. Excellent condition.

 


Medium sized silver trophy cup hallmarked for Birmingham 1926, with the rubbed maker’s mark of William Neale
H 8″
616 g
19.8 t oz
Ref: 49
$1,800

The trophy has a deep bowl and simple C scroll handles. There are no inscriptions, so you have plenty of room for your own dedication. Excellent condition.

 


Robust silver trophy cup and cover hallmarked for Birmingham 1926, with the maker’s mark of F.C. Richards
Their name also appears up under the base
H 11.5″
1,625 g
52.25 t oz
Ref: 54
$7,500

A heavy cup and cover for its height. Good decorative finial, three separate running bands of beading and a stout pair of C scroll handles all help to make this a most impressive piece of silver. Not inscribed, plenty of room for any amount of script that you may need to have inscribed upon it. Excellent condition.

 


Impressive antique silver trophy cup in the art nouveau manner hallmarked for Sheffield 1901, with the maker’s mark of the renowned Walker and Hall
H 11.7″
1,145 g
36.82 t oz
Ref: 55
$6,500

The design is absolutely wonderful, full of repousse art nouveau swirls and stylized foliage. There are two vacant cartouches ready for your own dedication. Excellent condition.

 


Antique silver trophy cup hallmarked for London 1894, with the maker’s mark of John Aldwinckle and Thomas Slater
H 10″
1,466 g
47.14 t oz
Ref: 82
$5,500

Very heavy for its size. Traditional shape, C scroll handles, superb applied strap work to cup body. Not inscribed, ample room for your inscription. Excellent condition.

 


Small antique silver trophy cup hallmarked for Sheffield 1907, with the maker’s mark of Walker and Hall
H 6.4″
308 g
9.9 t oz
Ref: 84
$1,200

Traditional design, with a deep cup body with raised central band, and a good pair of C scroll handles. Not inscribed, so ready for your own dedication. Excellent condition.

 


Antique silver trophy cup hallmarked for Sheffield 1902, with the maker’s mark of James Charles Jay
H 9.4″
1,508 g
48.49 t oz
Ref: 94
$5,800

Classic design with a good pair of leaf capped handles. Not inscribed, so plenty of room for your own dedication. There is a large applied plate for your main dedication and plenty of room on the rest of the cup for the rest of your inscriptions. Excellent condition.

 


Small silver trophy cup and cover hallmarked for Birmingham 1939, the cover for 1936, with maker’s mark of well-known Gorham Manufacturing Company
A Rhode Island company with works also in Great Barr, Birmingham
H 6.4″
296 g
9.52 t oz
Ref: 99
$1,200

Pleasant looking, small cup and cover, not inscribed so ready for your own dedication. Well-fitting cover, so could be used for your pets ashes, but please use a plastic liner. Excellent condition.

 


Rather impressive antique silver trophy cup hallmarked for London 1894, with the maker’s mark of the celebrated Charles Stuart Harris
H 18.4″
Base D 6.9″
Cup top D 8.9″
Handle W 14.6″
2,464 g
79.23 t oz
Ref: 226
$9,200

Not inscribed, so plenty of room on both sides for your own dedication. A spectacular piece of antique silver, in excellent condition.

 


Silver trophy cup and cover hallmarked for London 1912, with the maker’s mark of the renowned silversmiths Garrard and Company
Their name plate is at the bottom of the inside of the cup
H 13″
1,087 g
34.95 t oz
Ref: 228
$2,800

The cover finial is in the form of a pair of inverted armored legs, complete with spurs, part of the regimental crest of the 12th Lancers. These same legs appear on the full crest to the stem of the cup. The cup and cover celebrate the Subalterns’ Polo Challenge Cup won in 1913 at the Ranelagh Club by the 12th Lancers team, listed in full on the stem.

 


Superb large antique silver trophy cup and cover on its original black stained wood plinth, hallmarked for London 1904 with, the maker’s mark of the respected Carrington and Company
H 17.75″
5,010 g
Without plinth:
H 14″
2,843 g
91.41 t oz
Ref: 260
$12,500

A truly spectacular piece of silverware, in excellent condition. The trophy is not inscribed, so there is plenty of room for any amount of engraving that you may want put on it.

 


Substantial Antique English Sterling Silver Loving Cup
H 9.25″
Ref: 394
$6,700

Not inscribed. Beautifully polished ready for presentation. Excellent condition.

 

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