Antique George I Silver Tankard
Maker: Joseph Bell
A good early English silver lidded tankard of tapering flat sided form with coopered banding. The S scroll handle finishes...
A good early English silver lidded tankard of tapering flat sided form with coopered banding. The S scroll handle finishes in a decorative thumb piece and has ornamental strap work. Britannia standard silver*. To the front is a large hand engraved crest. Good patina. Contains 1000 ml. Weight 712 grams, 22.8 troy ounces. Height 18.2 cm (to top of thumb piece). Spread 18 cm. London 1715. Maker Robert Timbrell and Joseph Bell I.
The tankard is in very good condition with no damage. Stamped with a full set of clear English silver hallmarks next to the handle and below the lid, makers mark on the handle. Good patina. There are 2 marks on the inside of the tankard where the handle is slightly pushed through.
Maker: Joseph Bell
Joseph Bell I, London silversmith, apprenticed to Robert Timbrell 1700, free 1707. Mark entered in partnership with Robert Timbrell as largeworkers, undated presumed after 1707. Livery 1712. 2nd mark alone as largeworker 1716. Court 1729.
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