This impressive silver and gilt goblet was designed by Hector Miller for Aurum and issued to commemorate the 13th centenary of the foundation of Gloucester Cathedral. The foot of the goblet was inspired by the parapets and pinnacles of the Cathedral's tower whilst the fluted cup and stem were inspired by the Cathedral's Great Choir and cloisters. The base is hallmarked for silver and is inscribed to confirm its issue to commemorate the 13th centenary. The goblets were produced in a limited edition of 681 (the Cathedral was founded in AD 681) and this is number 140.
It has its original booklet signed by the then Dean and has the non-tarnish bag
Weight: 12 1/8 ozs - 343gms
Height: 6.5ins - 16.5cms
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