• Circa 1730

    Anders Erichsen Hind

    9594 Antique Norwegian Silver Tankard


    Probably Norwegian. An early 18th century Scandinavian silver peg tankard of plain cylindrical form raised on three stylish pomegranate ball feet. Large size and heavy weight. The domed cover and body are decorated in the Regence style popular in c.1730. The scroll handle has a thumb piece modelled as a rampant lion holding a large ball. The lid has an inset coin (added later). Contains 1600 ml. Weight 1294 grams, 41.6 troy oz. Height 18 cm, 23 cm (to top of thumbpiece). Makers mark only “AEH” struck 4 times underneath probably for Anders Erichsen Hind of Bergen, Norway. Circa 1730.

  • Circa 1733

    Ludvig Mouritzen Svab

    10122 Norwegian Antique Silver Beaker


    An excellent quality antique silver stipple ground beaker of tapering form and plain style, the body with simulated dotted texture and plain circular cartouche. Simple shape with concentric double ribbed detail to the top and 3 ball feet. Original gilt interior. Contains 200 ml. Weight 122 grams, 3.9 troy ounces. Height 8.5cm. Diameter 7.5cm. Made in Larvik, Norway. Maker Ludvig Mouritzen Svab. Circa 1733.

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