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PROPERTY FROM THE BERGER COLLECTION EDUCATIONAL TRUST, SOLD TO BENEFIT FUTURE PHILANTHROPY (LOTS 175-182)

An Elizabeth I silver-gilt tankard, maker's mark a slipped rose, London, 1578
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 65,000 USD
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175

PROPERTY FROM THE BERGER COLLECTION EDUCATIONAL TRUST, SOLD TO BENEFIT FUTURE PHILANTHROPY (LOTS 175-182)

An Elizabeth I silver-gilt tankard, maker's mark a slipped rose, London, 1578
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 65,000 USD
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Details & Cataloguing

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An Elizabeth I silver-gilt tankard, maker's mark a slipped rose, London, 1578
tapered cylindrical, applied with two midbands, base rim chased with strapwork and swags of flowers and fruit, the sides engraved with panels of strapwork and the front with arms, hinged cover chased to match, scroll handle engraved with scrolls, cast angel with cornucopia thumbpiece
marked on base, traces of marks on cover
height 6 3/4 in.
17.2 cm
14 oz
435 g
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Provenance

Bernadette and William M.B. Berger, Denver, Colorado

Catalogue Note

The arms are possibly those of Everard or Roberts.

Compare with a silver-gilt tankard London, 1587 in the David Little Collection, Timothy Schroder, English Silver Before the Civil War, no. 10, pp. 130-31.

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