Pewter stirrup cups

Loving these pewter favors, would look great on the tables and its really unique.

Vintage Stirrup Cup Stag Head Stirrup Cup by JunkBirdCreative

Vintage Stirrup Cup Stag Head Stirrup Cup by JunkBirdCreative

Greek Late Classical Silver Rhyton (ancient drinking horn) in form of a  Stag’s Head. (Photo from the  George Ortiz Collection, based in Switzerland).

*GREECE ~ Late Classical Greek Silver Rhyton in Form of a Stag's Head Silver (partially gilt), Late Classical, ca. 400 B., provincial Greek work, Allegedly from the Black Sea Region Weight: g.

An English hand-painted pottery stirrup cup in the classic form of a vixen, circa 1810. LENGTH: 	4.75 in. (12 cm)  DEPTH: 	3.32 in. (8 cm)  HEIGHT: 	3.75 in. (10 cm) -  Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc.,  	Maryknoll, NY

English 18th Century Early Creamware Pottery Stirrup Cup of Vixen, a Female Fox

An English hand-painted pottery stirrup cup in the classic form of a vixen, circa LENGTH: in. cm) DEPTH: in. cm) HEIGHT: in. cm) - Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge Inc.

A Russian figural silver boar head vodka stirrup cup. Silversmith: A.K 1867 Kamenetz Podolsk (Ukraine). 84 silver. Weight: 3.6 oz. And an Imperial Russian silver figural 10 point buck vodka stirrup cup. Silversmith: A.K 1867 Kamenetz Podolsk(Ukraine). Weight: 5.4 oz. Largest : 4" L. Condition (Very Good).

A Russian figural silver boar head vodka stirrup cup. Silversmith: A.

japanese sterling and enamel teapot

Finest Japanese Silver And Enamel Tea Pot Meiji Period (item detailed views)

We were honored to be asked, by the Orange County Register newspaper, to be a contributing designer of a festive Thanksgiving holiday tabl.

Stirrup cup

Stirrup cup

An impressive Victorian silver stirrup cup, finely cast as a stag's head by John Samuel Hunt, London 1847

An impressive Victorian silver stirrup cup, finely cast as a stag's head by John Samuel Hunt, London 1847

Fox Stirrup Cup

View this item and discover similar pottery for sale at - A striking, well modelled and large scale pottery fox head stirrup cup. The specific color palette, glaze and body of the stirrup cup indicate it's Scottish

A WILLIAM IV SILVER STAG STIRRUP-CUP  MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1834  Realistically cast as a stag's head, engraved with an inscription, marked on side  5¾ in. (14.6 cm.) long  20 oz. (622. gr.)  The inscription reads 'H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge to Charles Davis 1835'

A WILLIAM IV SILVER STAG STIRRUP-CUP MARK OF PAUL STORR, LONDON, 1834 Realistically cast as a stag's head, engraved with an inscription, marked on side 5¾ in. (14.6 cm.) long 20 oz. (622. gr.) The inscription reads 'H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge to Charles Davis 1835'

Pewter Grape Vine Medieval Renaissance Feast Utensil Set- Free Ins Shipping

Pewter Grape Vine Medieval Renaissance Feast Utensil Set- Free Ins Shipping

A SMALL RUSSIAN CAST SILVER STIRRUP CUP IN THE FORM OF A FOX HEAD -   MARK OF NIKOLS AND PLINKE, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1860 -   Gilt interior,  3 in. high (7.5 cm.)  7.25 oz. (225 gm.)

A SMALL RUSSIAN CAST SILVER STIRRUP CUP IN THE FORM OF A FOX HEAD - MARK OF NIKOLS AND PLINKE, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1860 - Gilt interior, 3 in. high (7.5 cm.) 7.25 oz. (225 gm.)

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