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Tankard; stoneware; glazed; brown; domed pewter lid, with marks, and thumb-piece; long cylindrical neck, banded with moulded frieze showing two females, with scrolling foliated tails containing hidden masks and holding between them a framed profile head; tankard's bulbous body has incised linear decoration, top and bottom and round centre a frieze with dancing peasants, legend and date.
- Made in: Raeren
- (Europe,Belgium,Wallonie,Liège (province),Raeren (Liège))
- Height: 27.8 centimetres (with lid)
- Diameter: 8.8 centimetres (base)
Inscription Typemaker's mark
Inscription CommentAt top of a shield.
Inscription ContentIAN ROIIT HOOT CLAESSAICHICHTSIM HANNE LIS FAESVANSEEII IAII TREET SAECHE PIIcE WVIT LIPPEN DOER DORSSCHER IAN
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- 156 (Thomas Collection)
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Object reference number: MCT12392
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