Cup and cover
wood (maple-wood?), parcel-gilt silver, enamel; carved
c. 1480 - 1510
15.5 cm height; with handle 15 cm width
Heraldry:: two shields of arms accollées; Byss Solothurn and Faujat of Lyonnais (on top)
Maker's mark: three circles (apparently) (struck on the foot mount and elsewhere)
Place of Creation: Switzerland
Place of Creation: South-East France
Wooden drinking cup and cover of gourd shape. Parcel-gilt silver mount and scrolling handle. At the top a crown of fleurs-de-lis encloses an enamelled roundel with two shields of arms accollées.
Bequeathed by Michael Wellby, 2012.
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