835/1000, 11 x 5 cm, 78 gr.
This beautiful wedding cup is executed in the shape of a standing female in a long skirt with raised arms which are holding the handles on the sides of the swinging cup.
To be used as an old Dutch tradition at a wedding, where the intention was to fill both the chalices (the skirt and the small chalice held between the hands) with an alcoholic drink, and at the same time empty it,If there was some spilling they were happily refilled again to try again. Then at the end of the evening to make the wedding night more pleasant.
.A very beautiful unique piece of antiques, in perfect condition well made of silver with a gold gilded interior.
Silver wedding cup after 17th century model with gilded interior, made in the second half of the 20th century.
Several silver hallmarks are visible on the bottom edge of the skirt (see pictures).
Very good condition silver peace no wear from polishing
Measurements are 11cm tall 5cm wide
Weight 78 gram
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|Member since:||February 4, 2017|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I have paid on 10th January and I am still waiting for the articles. Today is 24th January.Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Thats not fair i shipped them on time and wrapped them real good in many layers of bubble wrap and you also paid a very good price for them so i dont understand the problem i did my best like Always you cant keep everybody happy i guess.
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