Overall: 6 5/8 x 3 1/2 in. (8.9 x 16.8 cm)
Silver Weight: 11 oz (troy) 7 dwt (353 g)
engraved: on shield applique: "C" in gothic script
stamped: interior of footring: "K (or R) G H"
Wrought silver standing cup; bowl-shaped body with an applied, reeded rim, on a high, splayed foot with a plain, applied footring; foot has all over repoussé chased floral decoration; appliqued silver figures, and landscape depicting the battle of Nanking around a seven story pagoda; background engraved to suggest a landscape; gothic "C" engraved on an applied shield on the center front; maker's mark on the interior of the footring.
Gift of Henry Chauncey Cryder
William Wetmore Cryder (1835-1914), who married Helen Chauncey (1844-1904); to their son Henry Chauncey Cryder (1870-1958), the donor.
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