2 Coin Goblets

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Object Name: 
2 Coin Goblets
Accession Number: 
Average Goblet H: 25.9 cm; Rim Diam: 12.4 cm
Not on Display
about 1840
Primary Description: 
Glass; engraved. Each with slender flaring bucket bowl decorated with a man carrying an axe, smoking a pipe, his dog beside him, after a painting of "The Woodsman" by Thomas Barker of Bath (1767-1847), within a rectangular panel, the reverse with a monogram 'WAS' within an oval cartouche below a basket of flowers, flanked by floral sprays, above a band of broad faceted flutes, set on a hollow ball knop containing either a 2 d coin or a Maundy silver 1 1/2 d dated 1834 and 1838 respectively, flanked by collars over a wide circular foot.
Bonhams, Source