Pair of silver Tumbler Cups by Richard Richardson II

These unusually large and handsome tumbler cups engraved with a talbot's head were created by a member the Richardson family, the most important goldsmiths in Chester in the 18th century.

Details

Medium:
Parcel-gilt silver
Dimensions:
8 cm
Art Fund grant:
£387 ( Total: £1,500)
Acquired in:
1980
Vendor:
Rowe of Chester

Venue details

Grosvenor Museum 27 Grosvenor Street, CHESTER Cheshire CH1 2DD 01244 972 197 www.cheshirewestmuseums.co.uk

Entry details

Free to all

Mon – Sat, 10.30am – 5pm
Sun,1pm – 4pm

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