A. J. G. Hodenpyl, of Hodenpyl & Sons, who was a juror at the Paris Exposition of last Summer, is the recipient of a beautiful silver loving cup, presented to him by Tiffany & Co., last week. The cup, which was made by the donors, comes as a memento of their esteem and as a token in recognition of Mr. Hodenpyl's successful work at the Exposition. It is of sterling silver, eight and one half inches high by six inches, in diameter, weighs 45 ounces and has' a capacity of five pints. At the front between two of the three handles, appears Mr. Hodenpyl’s monogram, “A. J. G. H.,” surrounded by a belt containing the motto, “Cum grato animo fpro optime factis.'” The cup has been universally admired by the many friends to whom Mr. Hodenpyl has shown it and is one of the most cherished testimonials in Mr. Hodenpyl’s possession.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 20th March 1901