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Salwey / Shadwell / Thompson Loving Cup

Inscribed 'Hoc poculum amoris ergo dederunt, Herbertus Salway, Carolus Lancelotus Shadwell, Henricus Lewis Thompson, MDCCCLXVI on the back 'Praefecto et Alumnis Collegii Sancti Petri apud Westmonasteriensis', cut-card motif around lower section, Not loaded. No cover. This piece may have been converted from a ewer at the time of presentation.

Bodenick, Jacob, active 17th Century

The Sargeaunt Cup

A two-handled cup, with applied fine mask strapwork, crested and inscribed Viro Dilectissimo Johanni Sargeaunt A.M. Regine Scholae Westmonasteriensis Per XXVIII Annos 1919, engraved on one side with the Westminster School arms and on the other with the arms of Sargeaunt. Maker's mark only.

Tuite, John, active 18th Century

The Madras Cup

A two-handled three-colour gold cup and cover, chased leafwork, festoons and rosettes, ball knob, on square foot mounted by four ball feet, Westminster School arms on the front, Floreat on back, inscribed under base 'the gift of the Westminster Scholars in Calcutta to their Friends and Schoolfellows at Madras 1st January 1788'. Not loaded. Cover. Makers Mark reads G & B.

The Warren Hastings Cup

A George III silver challenge cup and cover, with applied leaf decoration on lower part and lid, with elephant head and trunk handles, engraved with coat-of-arms and inscription in Latin with names of donors, inscribed T. Whipham Fecit, Fleet Street, oak case, repaired finial.

Robins, John, d. 1831

The Smith Urn

A two-handled tea urn with lid, the vase shaped body engraved with armorials and inscription above shell fluting and between bands of Vitruvian scrolls and beaded borders, engraved Samueli Smith Scholas Regaie Westmon: Archi Didas. Puerilae Memeres d.d.d. followed by the names of various Old Westminsters. Not loaded. Cover. Wooden case.

Schofield, John, active 18th Century

The Challenge Hammer

Silver hammer in a presentation case. Silver plate on badly damaged leather case is inscribed: 'The Challenge Hammer presented by the Elizabethan Club, 1867'. Inside is a silver plate engraved with winners' names from 1867 to 1922. Apparently unmarked in the form of a hammer with gilt ball, in fitted case. Donor: The Elizabethan Club, 1867. Awarded: 1867-1922. Case badly damaged at hinge.

Moore, William, active 19th Century

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