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Art Deco Silver Coupe
Stylish Art Deco lightly hammered silver coupe – or loving cup – embellished with turquoise stone cabochons.
Raised on a tapering column off a rounded foot and with three elegantly curved handles, each divided at top and bottom and ending with an attractive design detail where they are affixed to the bowl and the base.
Between and below the handles three oval turquoise cabochons are inset, framed by silver detail.
With its gilded interior and pleasing proportions, this is a delightful piece of Art Deco silver.
Hallmarked London 1923 but we are unable to identify the maker with certainty due to the rather rubbed mark. From the outline it could be William Comyns & Sons of London or perhaps Alfred Wathew Butt (also Butt & Co) of Chester and Wrexham.
The height is 20 cm and the maximum width around 19 cm. Weight is 986 gms or 34.78 oz.