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AN EXTREMELY RARE AND FINE ENGLISH BROWN STONEWARE LARGE ARMORIAL TANKARD, WITH SILVER MOUNT
CIRCA 1705
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AN EXTREMELY RARE AND FINE ENGLISH BROWN STONEWARE LARGE ARMORIAL TANKARD, WITH SILVER MOUNT
CIRCA 1705
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The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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AN EXTREMELY RARE AND FINE ENGLISH BROWN STONEWARE LARGE ARMORIAL TANKARD, WITH SILVER MOUNT
CIRCA 1705
of half-gallon size, brightly enameled with the coat-of-arms of the Worshipful Company of Bricklayers and Tylers flanked by either a flower-filled cornucopia or a flower-filled vase beneath a silver-mounted rim, the mount with maker’s mark EW probably for Edward Witham, London, 1824.
height 8 3/8 in.
21.4 cm
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來源

Christie's London, June 18, 1984, lot 38
Monti Kantor Collection
Jonathan Horne, London, March, 1988, bearing label
Vogel Collection no. 500

出版

Jonathan Horne, A Collection of Early English Pottery, Part VIII, Cat. no. 204
Errol Manners, 'The English Decoration of Oriental Porcelain: some overlooked groups 1700-1750', English Ceramic Circle Transactions, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 2-6.

相關資料

Errol Manners lists in his paper, op. cit., the six so-far recorded pieces of this body type including the present lot, all of which appear to have been produced in London, likely Fulham, with enamel decoration, presumably by the same hand or at least in the same workshop.

These include three further silver-mounted tankards; one of the same size as the present lot, with a swan in flight over the motto 'DOE IN MIRTH AS IN SORROW', in the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, ob. no. 1988.29; a second decorated with the Arms of Farmer, dated 1706, with AR excise mark, in the National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, also illustrated by Adrian Oswald et al., English Brown Stoneware 1670-1900, London, 1982, p. 195, pl. 158; and the third with oak tree above the motto 'IENE CHANGE JAMAIS' above an unidentified painted townscape, impressed with the WR excise mark, with Jonathan Horne at the time of the paper's publication. The latter two are of a smaller size.

In addition to the tankards there is a punch bowl, with medallions of birds and Chinoiserie figures flanked by scrolling foliage in the St. Louis Art Museum, ob. no. 528:1978, and a conical shape coffee pot and cover in the Chipstone Foundation, Milwaukee.

The Collection of Anne H. & Frederick Vogel III

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