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A James I turned beechwood goblet

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A James I turned beechwood goblet, the bowl engraved in poker-work with the Royal Arms and cypher IR, another coat-of-arms, St George and the dragon, and an ostrich holding a horseshoe, in hatched arcading with a narrow arcaded band around the lip, the baluster stem salamander, porcupine and dragon with inscriptions round the border and below the base, the date 1610 in the centre 10 3/8in high

ID:  35449