Item NMC/1814 - Silver goblets

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Silver goblets


  • 1980 (Creation)

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5 items

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Five cone shaped goblets, each one rising from six rib supports finished with tear shaped bosses in blue enamel.

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Alan P. Fulton B.A.( Hons.) FIPG is one of Scotland’s leading artisan jewellers renowned for the top quality, skilfully executed handcrafted jewellery which he has been creating since graduating from Glasgow School of Art in 1980. Awarded a Fellowship of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths in 2014 and recognised in four categories:Designer, Diamond Mounter, Diamond Setter and Goldsmith -  a testimony to his skills.  His studio is in Eaglesham, south of Glasgow.Alan won the Johnson Matthey Silver Award in 1979.

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Silver coloured metal and enamel

Dimensions: each goblet, 115 x 85 x 85 mm

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GB 1694 NMC/1814

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GB 1694

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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description - Second edition


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