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Caudle cup

Scope note

Small unspouted cups with two vertical handles and usually a cover with a finial used to drink caudle; especially popular in the late 17th and the 18th centuries and typically made of silver. Formerly known as posset pots or in England as porringers. For similar forms having a spout, use "spout cups."

This term has 8 records attributed within our system.

Term type

AAT
Object name

Getty AAT term number

300043213

Broader Terms used

<cups by function>

Equivalent Terms used

caudle cups

Created

11yrs ago

Connected records

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Assayed: Unknown

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Silversmith: Duck, John

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Silversmith: Skottowe, Timothy (Or)
Silversmith: Wright, Edward

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Assayed: Unknown

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Silversmith: Wright, Edward (Or)
Silversmith: Skottowe, Timothy

Caudle cup

Maker(s)

Silversmith: IG

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