An extremely rare pint two-band tavern pot, circa 1690
The truncated cone body with two narrow fillets, crowned WR below simple lip, S-curve handle with heel type terminal, height 14.2cm
Michael Boorer identified John Dyer, (w.1686-?), (PS 3016), as a possible maker.
Provenance: Richard Mundey, purchased 1978.
Literature: Illustrated The Journal of the Pewter Society, Vol. 7, No. 3, Spring 1990, p. 99, (top row, second from left). Similar example illustrated Peter Hornsby Pewter of the Western World 1600-1850, p. 278, pl. 941.