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QUEEN ANNE. A rare Britannia Standard Tot Cup made in London in 1710 by James Goodwin.


The Cup stands on a domed spreading foot which is decorated with a reeded band. The main body is plain in design, has an inverted bell shape and displays a reeded border on the everted rim. This is the earliest tot cup we have offered over the years and this example is well marked in the foot, is of a good colour and is in excellent condition. James Goodwin specialised in these small drinking cups and was working in Foster Lane, when this example was made. He died in 1729.

Height: 1.75 inches, 4.38cm.

Diameter at the rim: 1.6 inches, 4cm.