3 Victorian Silver Chalices or Goblets, all with gilded interiors, all approximately 8"H. 1st item: Large English sterling goblet with guilloche engraved rim and contrasting palm/fern leaf engraving encircling the lower cup and a round tapered and beaded foot. Hallmarks attributed to Charles Boynton, London, 1872-1873. 7.47 oz troy. 2nd item: Large English sterling goblet with leafy swag engraving encircling the upper and lower edges of cup and repeating on the round tapered foot. Hallmarks for Walter and John Barnard, London, 1882-1883. 7.74 oz troy. 3rd item: Large goblet engraved with guilloche and floral swag decoration at upper rim, the round beaded foot with swag and dentil engraving. Unmarked, possibly Continental. (Silver testing indicates silver content more likely for coin or Continental.) 8.57 oz troy. Provenance: A Mississippi estate. Condition: All in excellent condition with a few scattered light scratches.
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