These two cups are not a matched pair and were made during the late 1800’s. The one cup has more gold in the decoration, seen when looking on the inside. The painted hunting scene has a hunter in a green jacket blowing a horn, white dog following a hunter in an orange jacket holding a rifle and a deer that is running, and a hunter riding a white horse. This cup has two areas near the top section with internal cracks. The other cup is with a silver color that is also seen on the inside. The painted scene is of a hunter in an orange suite with his rifle cocked and aimed at two wild bores and behind them is another hunter riding a horse and holding an aimed rifle with his dog out in front. There is a medallion in each of the bases of a gold color deer.
Age: Late 1800's
Condition: Signs of age
Size: 3-1/4” high x 2-3/4” diameter (8.25 x 6.98 cm)