Pair of George III Armorial Silver Goblets

George Smith & Thomas Hayter, London, 1792




The ovoid bowls raised on a ringed stem above a square base, each bowl engraved with squigglework lip

banding above ribbon-tied mantled armorial* :

Or, a chevron cotised sable, between three auks proper,

all within a bordure engrailed of the second, charged with thirteen bezants;

crest: Upon a rock an auk proper, holding in the beak  a bezant  

with motto, "Bedhoh Fyr Ha Heb Drok";

gilded interiors


*The arms were granted to Ranulphus John Caithew, by Sir Albert William Woods, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., Garter, 6 June 1901
Condition : Excellent; two very minor dents to one bowl; interior gilding probably later or refreshed


15.05 oz.


6.75” High, 3.5” Diameter






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Marks : Left Example



Marks : Right Example




Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam

Hertfordshire, United Kingdom



Also See :



George III Silver Goblet

John Swift, London, 1799

The ovoid body crested for Jolliffe (Somerset)













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Pair of George III Armorial Silver Goblets, George Smith & Thomas Hayter, London, 1792