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German Faience (Tin-glazed earthenware) Pewter-mounted Tankard with Bands of Flowers, 
Circa 1760.

A cylindrical German tin-glazed earthenware tankard with pewter foot and cover.  The tankard is painted with vertical panels of alternating polychrome double flowers and a swirl design centred with a yellow flower all on a dark blue ground.  Centred between the panels, which have a triangular end, are yellow three-petalled flowers  To the rim and foot is a double thin blue band and a wider yellow band framing the design between.  The exterior of the handle has a series of thick blue dashes.  The handle is attached to the upper end of the handle with a well-designed leaf swirl.  The cover with initial HMM.  The inside of the cover is marked with a touchmark of a rampant stag and AH above.

Dimensions: 7 1/2 inches high ( with cover: 10 inches) x  inches x 7 inches


25.4cm with cover.

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