Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee

Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee
Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee
Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee
Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee
Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee

Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee

Sterling Silver Reproduction Mediaeval Bowl / Chalice. In excellent condition, no dings or dents, made from heavy gauge. This bowl is a replica of a mediaeval chalice, one of several receptacles of ancient.

Or the European middle ages, which were first produced by George Nathan and Ridley Hayes. After taking over the company in 1915, Blanckensee continued making these vessels for a few more years due to popular demand (see more information below). In September 1863 it moved to. And its first mark was entered: SB&S for the partnership of Solomon and Abraham Solomon Blanckensee, trading as Blanckensee & Son, jewellers.

Later the company also had premises in. During the 20th century it absorbed several other firms, including Nathan & Hayes and the Albion Chain Co. George Nathan & Ridley Hayes were.

Silversmiths, who made reproduction pieces, including copies of archaeological discoveries from. The Tudor, Vapheio and Nestor's Cups.

Their hallmarks were registered between 1897 and 1915, before they were taken over by S. Please contact me if you require any further information or photos.

I will combine package and posting costs if the same purchaser buys more than one item. Please see my other listings. The item "Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S.

Blanckensee" is in sale since Monday, July 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cups/Goblets". The seller is "barbason" and is located in Walsall.

This item can be shipped to all countries in Europe.


Reproduction of Mediaeval Chalice / Cup, Birmingham 1926, by S. Blanckensee


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