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A Tudor Tankard and cover

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A Tudor Tankard and cover, the barrel of nearly cylindrical shape, formed of conglomerate grey marble mounted with neck band; cover, handle and foot of silver gilt, beautifully chased in relief, with a band of half length figures of ladies and amorini, with birds, etc; under arches, round the neck band terminal figures, birds, scrolls and masks in cartouches round the foot, bordered by a ribbed band of masks, plain oval cartouches and groups of fruit and with ladder and egg and tongue ornament on the base, the lid chased with a female and 2 lions masks in strap work borders, with figures of sea horses, birds, groups of fruit, etc and edging of various fruits and strap work, surmounted by a vase shaped ornament with fruits, strap work and gadrooned edge, the handle formed as a caryatid female winged figures, terminating in swathed drapery, with a mask, strap work and tasselled cord beneath and ostrich leg and claw foot, a group of fruits above the figure head, the pierced double scroll billet with a bearded bust of a man in centre, Inscribed beneath EX.DONO.DNI.JOHAIS DUTTON, Baronet 1736; 9 3/8in. high. London Hall Mark 1555, Makers mark, a bird in shield following the outline.

ID:  2627



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