A George III silver tankard Mark of I.K perhaps for John King, London 1773
Lot 284
A George III silver tankard Mark of I.K perhaps for John King, London 1773
Sold for AU$ 1,952 (US$ 1,824) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver tankard
Mark of I.K perhaps for John King, London 1773
of plain baluster form on spreading foot, with domed cover with chair-back thumbpiece and terminating in a heart-shaped escutcheon, applied ribbed girdle, height 20.5cm, weight 856gms.

Footnotes

  • For a similar tankard see; Christie's Interiors - Masters & Makers,
    21 June 2011, London, South Kensington, lot 102
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