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Stirrup Cup with Elephant

Stirrup Cup with Elephant

A RUSSIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT HORSE HEAD-FORM STIRRUP CUP,  MARKED FOR ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917, MAKER'S MARK CYRILLIC 'K.F.',  marked '88', realistically cast with riding riens, and with three hardstone scarab-form embellishments.

A RUSSIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT HORSE HEAD-FORM STIRRUP CUP, MARKED FOR ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917, MAKER'S MARK CYRILLIC 'K.F.', marked '88', realistically cast with riding riens, and with three hardstone scarab-form embellishments.

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. by MaisonDogLondon

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. Robert Garrard 1967

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. by MaisonDogLondon

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. by MaisonDogLondon, £6000.00

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. Robert Garrard 1967

A Pair of Cast Silver Dog Head Stirrup Cups. by MaisonDogLondon, £6000.00

Vintage English Staffordshire Pottery Stirrup Cup

Vintage English Staffordshire Pottery Stirrup Cup

Pair of antique figures of fox head stirrup cups, Staffordshire pottery c1820

Pair of antique figures of fox head stirrup cups, Staffordshire pottery c1820

A delightful English silver stirrup cup in the form of an upturned fox head. Expressive and intricate, the George V-era cup features an engraved crest on the underside of the jaw. Traditionally, stirrup cups were used for farewell drinks, often offered to a rider already mounted for departure. Excellent condition.<br><br>Hallmarked London, 1912<br><br>5" high

A delightful English silver stirrup cup in the form of an upturned fox head. Expressive and intricate, the George V-era cup features an engraved crest on the underside of the jaw. Traditionally, stirrup cups were used for farewell drinks, often offered to a rider already mounted for departure. Excellent condition.<br><br>Hallmarked London, 1912<br><br>5" high

The stirrup cup was created for holding a drink to be taken while mounted on horseback, usually prior to a hunt moving off. As it is of small capacity it can be emptied quickly and there is no need to set it down during use, which would an impossibility anyway, while in the saddle. The most popular surviving late eighteenth/early nineteenth century specimens are those in the shape of a fox’s head. Modelled in detail, the fur is represented realistically and they are of a size to be held…

The stirrup cup was created for holding a drink to be taken while mounted on horseback, usually prior to a hunt moving off. As it is of small capacity it can be emptied quickly and there is no need to set it down during use, which would an impossibility anyway, while in the saddle. The most popular surviving late eighteenth/early nineteenth century specimens are those in the shape of a fox’s head. Modelled in detail, the fur is represented realistically and they are of a size to be held…

Pair of Wedgwood and Bentley Black Basalt Hare Head Stirrup Cups, England, 18th century, silver mounted rims.

Pair of Wedgwood and Bentley Black Basalt Hare Head Stirrup Cups, England, 18th century, silver mounted rims.

Antique stirrup cups

Antique stirrup cups

A Russian Silver and Silver-Gilt Horse Head-Form Stirrup Cup. Marked for St. Petersburg, 1908 - 1917, Maker's Mark Cyrillic 'K.F.'

A Russian Silver and Silver-Gilt Horse Head-Form Stirrup Cup. Marked for St. Petersburg, 1908 - 1917, Maker's Mark Cyrillic 'K.F.'

TWO STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY STIRRUP CUPS  EARLY 19TH CENTURY

TWO STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY STIRRUP CUPS EARLY 19TH CENTURY

A SILVER STIRRUP CUP SHAPED AS A DOG HEAD, MAKER'S MARK POSSIBLY IM, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1880,  shaped head of a dog, the interior gilded, 5 cm., 242.5 g ; 2 3/4 in., 7oz 14dwt

A SILVER STIRRUP CUP SHAPED AS A DOG HEAD, MAKER'S MARK POSSIBLY IM, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1880, shaped head of a dog, the interior gilded, 5 cm., 242.5 g ; 2 3/4 in., 7oz 14dwt

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER STIRRUP CUP EDINBURGH, 1795, MAKER'S MARK WR Formed as a fox's mask, the collar engraved with inscription and date 1795, the interior gilt, marked on collar 7 in. (17.8 cm.) long; 11 oz. (351 gr.)

A GEORGE III SCOTTISH SILVER STIRRUP CUP EDINBURGH, 1795, MAKER'S MARK WR Formed as a fox's mask, the collar engraved with inscription and date 1795, the interior gilt, marked on collar 7 in. (17.8 cm.) long; 11 oz. (351 gr.)

staffordshire stirrup cup | Staffordshire pottery hound head stirrup cup made in circa 1820 ...

staffordshire stirrup cup | Staffordshire pottery hound head stirrup cup made in circa 1820 ...

Sale 8399 - Lot 118 - Silver Plated Italian Figural Stirrup Cups

Sale 8399 - Lot 118 - Silver Plated Italian Figural Stirrup Cups