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What Is A El De Uberti Silver Goblet

The El De Uberti Silver Goblet is a special type of sterling silver goblet that was produced by an Italian manufacturer. Most of the goblets made by the de Uberti company are considered antiques now. They are very hard to get your hands onto and if you can you should hold onto them.

What makes them special is that they are made of the highest quality. Italian silver goblets are special for any occasion because they make and dinner setting really stand out. Most de Uberti silver goblets are 5 inches tall and 3 inches wide at the top. The base is usually 2.5 inches in diameter and each goblet weighs around 150-160 grams. The only way you can tell if you are purchasing an authentic set of de Uberti silver goblets is to look for the de Uberti crown logo, the initials "EL" and the word "Italy" stamped on the bottom. Be certain to look for those trademarks when purchasing de Uberti silver goblets. If you do not then you are just being sold any old sterling silver goblet.


1 Kornel Rost { 10.15.08 at 11:32 pm }


I have a set of four autentic El De Uberti Silver Goblet as per your description, in excellent conditions. Can you please let me know what it worth today?

Thank you,

2 silver goblet { 10.22.08 at 4:17 pm }

I would try eBay. Put in “El De Uberti Silver Goblets” in the search field and then see what they are going for.

3 Ann Kasdorf { 12.01.10 at 6:53 pm }

From auction I have 12 goblets with crown, initials & ITALY on the bottom as you describe as authentic; but between initials and Italy “deUberti” is also stamped. And they measure just over 6 5/8″ tall, 3 1/2″ wide at top, with a 2 3/4″ base.
I would really appreciate your comments regarding these goblets and if you think they made of real sterling silver or plated sterling silver? Thank you, Ann

4 mike toth { 03.25.11 at 5:07 am }

I have deUberti 14 goblets with Initials KI topped with
a dove… made in Italy…can you advise me the year
produced.. thank you

5 deborah terlouw { 02.21.12 at 12:21 am }

I have a El De Uberti silver goblet that has a date inscribed on it (1971) and some initials (seems to be COT)…can you tell me anything about this goblet?..thank you

6 heather { 04.08.12 at 8:50 am }

I have an uberti carafe with a silver removable bottom that I purchased at an antique store and have been unable to locate it on the web anywbhere. Trying to find an worth on it….any advise?

7 Mari { 01.22.13 at 4:22 pm }

I have several goblets with all the requirements you have listed above. I am having a hard time finding out if they are real silver or silver plated. Any ideas?
Thank you!

8 Brent Christopher { 05.04.13 at 9:34 pm }

Ok..your article read a special type of sterling silver. Well in writing special type of sterling do you mean silver plate? or 925. sterling. please respond
thank you

9 Linda widmer { 09.03.13 at 7:06 pm }

I was looking up some information on DeUberti wine holder. It has a Pear and grape design on the edge about an inch wide with ball legs. What can you tell me about it?