This is another example of reproduction silverplate pieces made in the late 20th century by Corbell & Company, an American manufacturer that specializes in faithfully reproducing antique silver objects. Corbell & Company began in London in 1946 and moved to the United States in 1951. Silver plated items they made in modern times are often found mistakenly described as 19th century, Victorian and/or sterling silver.
Often these types of items are incorrectly identified as made in England or Scotland based on the company's markings. A mark illustrated here includes a castle and archaic looking letters. Pieces bearing this particular mark are sometimes judged to be of Scottish origin because the castle in it resembles the Edinburgh town mark.
These goblets are silverplated with a slightly embossed flower design. See Item ID: 2007RP00013 for similar goblets with a different design. That listing also includes more detailed information about identifying items made by this company. Since they copy authentic antique pieces Corbell & Company items can all too easily be mistaken for the real thing.
Each measures 3 1/2 inches high and 1 13/16 inches across the top.
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