Salisbury’s Georgia Julep Cup in pewter represents one of the two major Southern design styles of the early 19th century. Patterned after the work of E.J. Johnston of Macon (c. 1851), the modified pear shape design is an early Southern favorite. The delicate beading on the Georgia Julep Cup reflects a sophistication of taste, typical of early Georgia. The cup is engraved with the Georgia Historical Society seal.