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An exceptionally fine & rare set of three George III graduated Drinking Beakers made in London in 1803 by John Emes.


The Beakers are plain in design and circular in form, with slightly tapering sides. Each has a gilded interior and is engraved, in the Scottish manner, with a contemporary Crest with the Motto Toujours Prest - Always Ready above. The beakers fit perfectly inside each other for travelling and may well have been used while out in the field. Each is in excellent condition and displays a full set of hallmarks on the main body. Graduated sets of beakers are rare and seldom appear on the market.

Height: 3.75 inches, 3.5 inches & 3.4 inches respectively.

Diameter at the rim: 3.25 inches, 3.1 inches & 2.95 inches respectively.

Total Weight: 20oz, the set.