Standing cup

a tall goblet, with a foot and a cover.

See also: Standing

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The maker of the early 17th-century Nuremberg standing cup and cover acquired by George IV and displayed at Carlton House has been reidentified following recent scholarship on Nuremberg makers' marks.
A Millennium Vase commissioned by the Birmingham Assay Office as a commemorative piece, and made by Andrew Macgowan, of Regent Silversmiths, of Birmingham, to a design by the current Assay Master, Michael Allchin; A Liberty Cymric standing cup Pictures courtesy of The Birmingham Assay Office Collection; A superb Mathew Boulton silver tea caddy; A Nathaniel Mills vinaigrette shaped like a purse; Cymric candlesticks decorated with an inscription around their bases joined by stylised bats; Silversmiths at work
Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery has acquired this silver gilt Charles I standing cup, made in London in 1641, as its share in saving a major private collection for the nation.
A standing cup in the exhibition is from a range launched by the London firm of Liberty & Co.
These standing cups have been made since Tudor times, but as the silver was not terribly good quality, most have been lost or destroyed.
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