For your consideration, we have vintage Wallace #14 Wine Goblets. This set comes with 6 pieces, and made of sterling silver.
Presented is a fine quality set of 6 solid sterling silver goblets made by Wallace during the 1940s or the 1950s. This retro set is done in a classical form, and gently used. Each of these goblets are raised on a pedestal base. They are in basically great condition with slight wear, and no monograms. We have had our polisher go over them and they are nice enough to be presented as gifts. Individually, each is 6.75″ tall and 3.5″ across the top. These goblets also contain a gold wash in the interior of each cup. The gold, however, is more pronounced in the middle and bottom, faded around the inside rim. Every goblet weighs an average of consequently 5.45 troy ounces.
Wallace Silversmiths is a major American manufacturer of sterling silver. The company was founded by Robert Wallace. He was the son of Scottish immigrant and silversmith James Wallace and his wife Irene (Williams). The pair had immigrated during the late 18th century. Robert Wallace became an apprentice to Captain William Mix, at the Meriden Britannia Co.
These Wallace #14 Wine Goblets are the perfect addition to any collection!