Washington Pewter Camp Cup

SKU 12797

In March, 1776, George Washington purchased two dozen silver camp cups created by silversmith William Hollingshead of Philadelphia, PA. Washington had the cups engraved with his family crest and used the handsome cups throughout his campaigns.

This pewter adaptation of Washington's Camp Cup is true to the original design. The base of the 3" tall cup is 2" in diameter and the lip is 3" in diameter.

By Salisbury.