GOOD Early Victorian silver-mounted coconut cup

Thomas Edwards, London 1839




The ovoid coconut bowl engraved with ovals or stylized open-winged moths amongst scrolling foliage,

all beneath two bands of geometric linear decoration, the nut emanating from an elaborate cast,

chased and stippled foliate and floral silver mount,

the waisted shaft with an annulated knop over a plain knop flaring onto a foliate chased circular foot and plain footrim;

the plain silver upper rim and foliate chasing fully marked, the footrim marked with an additional maker's mark


Condition : Excellent; both the coconut engraving and chasing of very high quality; beautiful condition;

one superficial 1.5" vertical crack one side; sits flat on the table


5" High / 4.7 Total oz.






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Also See :






George III Silver-Mounted & Crested Coconut Cup

Josiah Snatt, London, 1813






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 Good Early Victorian Silver-Mounted Engraved Coconut Cup, Thomas Edwards, 1839