A quart two-band tavern pot, circa 1720
Lot 48
A rare quart two-band tavern pot, circa 1720
Sold for £4,375 (US$ 7,346) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A rare quart two-band tavern pot, circa 1720
Touchmark in base of Richard Going II, (w.1715-1764), (OP 1909, PS 32), the truncated cone body with two broad fillets and simple lip, S-curve handle with simple thumbrest and boot-heel terminal, ownership triad WMG to thumbrest, height 17.5cm


  • Provenance: The R.W. Cooper and R.F. Michaelis Collections. Purchased Richard Mundey, 1974.

    Exhibited: Exhibition of Pewter in the Usher Gallery Lincon, 29 September to 27 October, 1962, item 171. Exhibition of British Pewterware Through the Ages, Reading Museum and Art Gallery, 20 September to 31 October, 1969, item 170.

    Literature: Illustrated Journal of the Pewter Society, Vol. 6, No. 3, Spring 1988, front cover.
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