JAMES DIXON & SONS

Set of English Silver and Pewter Pembroke College Tankards

Circa 1870

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Description

Mixed set of English silver plate and pewter tankards made by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield.

  • Sold as a set of 6.
  • Each engraved with coat of arms of Pembroke College, Oxford.
  • All presented to Thomas Newman Frederik Bardwell.
  • Glass bottom.
  • Fully marked, including retailer's stamp, Osmond, Oxford.


Comprising:

#1: June 1870, Scratch Pairs rowing

#2: Circa 1870, Billiards Match

#3: 1870, Putting the Stone, which is part of the Highland Games and forebear of the shot put.

#4: 1870, 1871, and 1872, Athletic Sports.

#5: 1870, 1871, and 1872, Cricket

#6: 1870, Cricket

Condition Report
Revive
Fair
Good
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Like New

Minor signs of wear consistent with age and use.

One tankard with crack to glass bottom.

Dimensions
Height: 8 inches / 20.32 cm
Diameter: 6 inches / 15.24 cm
Materials
Pewter, Silver Plate, Clear Glass
Period
Victorian
Decorative Style
Traditional Style
Country of Origin
United Kingdom
SKU

C3Z9X

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