These beautiful champagne or cordial cups were crafted by the Webster Co. most likely in the early 1900s Art Nouveau period as the design near and around the top of the cup eludes to the Nouveau style. The Webster Co. was formed by George K. Webster in north Attleboro, Massachusetts in 1869 and sold to Reed & Barton in the 1950s. The company is known for making a large array of silver products ranging from thimbles to ice cream cups. This beautiful cup measures 5 3/8" high and the opening and base measures 2 3/8". It weighs approximately 50.0 grams and is in excellent condition. The base is hallmarked 'STERLING' and the Webster Company's famous 'W' with a feathered arrow flying through it.
Material info: Solid Sterling Silver (925)
Total Gram Weight: Approximately 55.0 Grams
Silversmith: Webster Co.
Type: Champagne or Cordial (Hollowware)
Markings: STERLING (Webster hallmark)
Height: 5 3/8"
Base Diameter: 2 3/8"
Cup Opening Diameter: 2 3/8"
Estimated Retail Value: $115.00
Stock #: SJB3734