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Silver-Plated Elaborate Goblet
$82.00
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CARE Hand-wash only.
COLOR silver
DIMENSIONS 6.25"H x 3.75"Dia
MADE OF silver plate
SKU 75807065
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jan 25 - Jan 30
RETURNS This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details. See our Return Policy for details.
In 2001, London-based antiques enthusiast Howard White purchased the venerable Corbell Company, known for its 8,000 silver-plate, silver, and English sterling reproductions and antiques. Today White combs through the best resources in Britain and the United States, hand-selecting perhaps one out of every hundred items he sees as worthy of his company’s imprimatur. Corbell Silver brings the joy of antiquing to your table, desk, or bar, by providing you with beautiful and distinctive antique and antique-inspired pieces.
Why we love this

A shimmering addition to any festive table setting, this gorgeous goblet is plated in silver and boasts ornate floral detail.

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