THREE WESTERWALD STONEWARE JUGS AND A PEWTER-MOUNTED TANKARD, CIRCA 1700
comprising a jug applied with florette medallions on a blue ground, 20.1cm., 7 7/8 in. high;
a jug with bands of stylised flowerheads and leaves, 18.2cm., 7 1/8 in. high;
and a jug with a mask-terminal spout, the body with mask ad styl;ised flower medallions, 26.8cm., 10 1/2 in. high;
the tankard with an incised foliate scroll band flanked by two manganese moulded bands, the hinged pewter cover, engraved with the initials A.F.H., 17.5cm., 6 7/8 in. high
17.5cm., 6 ⅞ in. to 26.8cm., 10 ½ in. high
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The jug with stylised flowerheads and leaves, with a small rim chip;
The mask jug with a footrim chip and two associated hairline cracks;
The tankard's pewter mount repaired at the join of the hinge and cover, chip to handle of tankard. Otherwise in generally good condition.
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Acquired between 1954-1968.