A George I  silver  lidded-tankard hallmarks partially lost in later decoration, possibly by Thomas Parr, London 1720
Lot 309
A George I silver lidded-tankard hallmarks partially lost in later decoration, possibly by Thomas Parr, London 1720
Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George I silver lidded-tankard
hallmarks partially lost in later decoration, possibly by Thomas Parr, London 1720
Tapering cylindrical form with applied girdle, the body later profusely embossed with foliate scrolls, the dome-hinged cover with scroll thumbpiece and hollow scroll handle, on a skirting circular base, crested, height 17.5cm, weight 22oz.

Footnotes

  • Engraved with the crest of HIBBERT of Cheshire , Lancs., Leics., Worcs., Northants., and co. Galway.
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