Stoneware tankard; grey; salt-glazed; cylindrical body; pewter lid and base; horizontal filetball thumb-piece; armorial engraving, crowned lion and crossed axes; rim and base: band of blue dots; repeating panels of irregular-shaped applied relief, horse between birds in landscape; cobalt blue panels with incised ornament; central medallion: horse and four rectangular panels, geometric motifs; floral; picked out in cobalt blue; inscribed; pewter mark.
- 1750 (circa)
- Made in: Westerwald
- (Europe,Germany,Rhineland Palatinate,Westerwald)
- Height: 21 centimetres
- Height: 21.6 centimetres (with lid)
- Diameter: 11 centimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 14.2 centimetres (base)
Inscription ContentJV. WOL
Inscription Typepewter mark
Inscription CommentLion in shield, repeated three times.
Prehistory and Europe
- No 54 (Thomas Collection)
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Object reference number: MCT7555
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