An excellent 19th-century wine goblet made by Richardson and dating to c1870. It has a round funnel bowl with a Greek Key engraved below the rim with a frosted pattern below. Facet and slice cut inverted baluster knop stem above a conical foot with a star cut.
Date & Origin
England, c1870. Period of Victoria
Excellent, age-related wear as shown. No chips cracks or restoration.
Height: 14.6cm Rim diameter: 7.8cm, Foot diameter: 7.8cm.
In the summer of 1871, the photographer William Henry Jackson took a number of photographs of Yellowstone. The scenery he captured was so remarkable that it led to the creation of the National Park.