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Pair of Gurkha Regimental Tumblers With Silver Decoration

Quantity : Four pairs available

Heading : Pair of Gurkha regiment tumblers
Date : 1960
Period : Elizabeth II
Origin : England
Colour : Clear with silver rim and regimental badge
Bowl : Slightly tapered with a band of short slice cuts. Silvered with a Gurkha regiment motif including the khukuri below a silvered rim
Pontil : Plain
Glass Type : Lead
Size : 13.2cm tall with a 7.8cm bowl and a 5.4cm base
Condition : Excellent, no chips or cracks
Restoration : None
Weight : 273 grams combined

The Gurkhas began as an Indian regiment in the British Indian army. Now a permanent fixture in the British military, the only regiment to recruit from outside the UK and the Commonwealth. The Gurkhas originate from Nepal and are adored in Britain. The regiment has a fearsome reputation and count a disproportionate number of Victoria cross winners amongst their number.

We will be donating the proceeds of sale to the Gurkha welfare trust.

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  • Product Code: 2017051503
  • Availability: 4
  • £37.50


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