This item is an artist initialed bullion cup and underplate done on Tressemanes & Vogt blanks bearing the mark found on page 148 section "O" of the "Kovel's New Dictionary of Marks" by Ralph & Terry Kovel. The bullion cup is 1 3/4" deep, 6 1/2" across the split handles, with a base diameter of 2 1/4". The underplate is 7/8" deep, with an overall diameter of 6 1/2". Both pieces have white open rose blossoms surrounded by veined leaves on thorny stems as the central decoration. The underside of the underplate is blank white and the interior of the cup is done in a Mother-of Pearl finish. The edge of the underplate and split handles on the cup are trimmed in unworn gold. The artist initials "CM" are on the bottom of the bullion cup. The set has no wear or damage of any type present. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or to make an offer.
5 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List