810
810
A COMMONWEALTH SILVER SKIRTED TANKARD, MAKER'S MARK TG IN COLLAR, POSSIBLY FOR THOMAS GEORGE, LONDON, 1649
Estimate
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LOT SOLD. 22,500 USD
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810
A COMMONWEALTH SILVER SKIRTED TANKARD, MAKER'S MARK TG IN COLLAR, POSSIBLY FOR THOMAS GEORGE, LONDON, 1649
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 22,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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A COMMONWEALTH SILVER SKIRTED TANKARD, MAKER'S MARK TG IN COLLAR, POSSIBLY FOR THOMAS GEORGE, LONDON, 1649
with flaring base band, flat-chased with bands of plain and matted ovals and trefid leaves, the front and back with an oval, the decoration repeated on the cover
fully marked on base and cover, maker's mark TG in collar, possibly for Thomas George (Revised Jackson, 1989, p. 120)
Height 6 in.
15.2 cm.
18 oz 10 dwt
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Provenance

Christie's, London, May 10, 1978 ($10,136);
S.J. Shrubsole, London, July 1978;
Vogel Collection no. 302.

Literature

Christie's, Review of the Season 1978, 1978, p. 239.
Christie’s, Pictorial History of English and American Silver, 1985, p. 60, no. 10.

Catalogue Note

Jackson lists a Communion cup and large tankard by this maker, (Revised 1989 edition, p.120).

David M. Mitchell in Silversmiths in Elizabethan and Stuart London, lists three tankards with this mark, also porringers and a wine cup and a covered porringer of 1658 in the Barber Surgeons' Co. Livery Co. Exhibition 1927, no. 302.

Compare the decoration with a tankard, maker’s mark only ? P I, London, circa 1645, from the Charles L Poor Collection, sold Sotheby’s, New York, October 26, 2005, lot 129.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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