George I Silver Lidded Tankard
Maker: Richard Gines
An unusual antique sterling silver tankard with domed lid and straight tapering form with coopered rings to the body and...
An unusual antique sterling silver tankard with domed lid and straight tapering form with coopered rings to the body and strapwork hinge decoration. Very small size, probably for a lady. Hand engraved to the front is the crest of a lion within a decorative cartouche. Owners initials engraved to the handle. Contains 500 ml. Weight 416 grams, 13.3 troy ounces. Height 14.3 cms. Spread 13 cms. Diameter of top 9 cms, base 9.5 cms. English silver hallmarks for London 1724. Maker Richard Gines.
This tankard is in very good condition with no damage or restoration. Crisp, contemporary engraving to the front. Fully marked both inside lid and on the body next to the handle. Makers mark on the handle. Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.
Maker: Richard Gines
Richard Gines, first mark in 1698 registered at Fenchurch Street, second mark in 1714 as largeworker at Lombard Street. Richard's will was proved 8 June 1742 as PROB 11/718/483 as Will of Richard Gines, Goldsmith of Lombard Street, City of London.
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