Pair of 18th century Scottish pewter chalices or communion cups


Superb matching pair of 18th century Scottish pewter communion cups, with slightly flared tops, baluster stems with wedding band midway, and stepped bases, possibly made from a dome-lid mould. These are Scottish, but of a form not recorded by PS Davies in his 2014 book Scottish Pewter. They are well made, and of heavy construction. In superb condition, with nice turning lines under the base. 8¼” tall, with 4¼” mouth and 4⅜” base diameters. 651 and 622g weight respectively. REF: C3848