ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART SPOUTED MEASURE, ...

Item Ref
P-093

Description:
A 1 quart spouted measure by Thomas Phillips of Smithfield, London; who worked 1795-1849. The measure has a curve handle with upper thumb rest along with an escutcheon at the upper terminal, the measure has a fillet around the body. The measure is marked with the makers touch mark is on the inside base. There are numerous verifications around the rim including a William IV mark.

Verification marks:
crVR8 Bedford County.
VR12 Bedford County.
crWIV London City, 1830-1837.
crVRCB3 Bedford County.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height: 5.75 in (14.60cm).
Base diameter: 4.875in (12.50cm).

Capacity: 40.00floz, 1 quart Imperial.

Weight: 737 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS1343.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP3651.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
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Stock number: P-093.
£145
| $202 USD | €169 EUR

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT TAVERN MUG ...

Item Ref
P-078d

Description:
A charming 1 pint tavern mug of squat U shape standing on a large flared foot with a double scroll handle with fish tail terminal. The plain body is inscribed with the ownership initials 'DM' to the front, the lack of verification marks would suggest that this mug was for private use.
The mug has makers marks to the left of the handle; the three lion passant marks are attributed to M Alderson & Co who worked 1821-1832, but could also be attributed to earlier Alderson businesses. The inside of the base has a very faint makers mark of an 'A'; this is also attributed to a number of Alderson businesses. The likelihood is that this mug was made either by M Alderson & Co or Mary Alderson 1792 -1821.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: Possible old repair to the upper handle terminal.

Size:
Height to top rim: 4.625 in (11.70cm).
Base diameter: 3.75in (9.5cm).

Capacity: 20.00floz, 1 pint Imperial.

Weight: 431 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS13873.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP38 .

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
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Stock number: P-078d.
£125
| $174 USD | €146 EUR

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT BULBOUS BRASS ...

Item Ref
P-089

Description:
A brass rim measure of 1 pint Imperial capacity, the measure has a bulbous body with ovolo banding to the body. The measure has verification marks stamped on the brass rim. There are no makers marks. Brass rim measures are considered to have been used to measure shell fish and dry produce.

Verification marks:
Cr ER 386 London County.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a unpolished grey finish.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top rim: 4.875 in (12.50cm).
Base diameter: 3.625in (9.3cm).

Capacity: 20.00floz, 1 pint Imperial.

Weight: 673 grams.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-089.
£100
| $139 USD | €117 EUR

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART SPOUTED MEASURE, ...

Item Ref
P-092

Description:
A 1 quart spouted measure by James Edwards II of Wilderness Row, London; who worked 1861-1883. The measure has a double scroll handle with fish tail terminal, the measure stands on a large flared foot. The measure is marked with the makers hall marks to the left of the handle and also the touch mark is on the inside base. There is also a Quart label to the left of the handle. The owners initial RCR are engraved to the front.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height: 6.25 in (16.00cm).
Base diameter: 4.75in (12.00cm).

Capacity: 40.00floz, 1 quart Imperial.

Weight: 913 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS1345.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP1517.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-092.
£100
| $139 USD | €117 EUR

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART SPOUTED MEASURE, ...

Item Ref
P-095

Description:
A 1 quart spouted measure by William Robert Loftus of 321 Oxford Street, London; who worked 1856-1887. The measure has a curve handle with upper thumb rest in a typical London style, the measure has a banded fillet around the body. The measure is marked with the makers touch mark is on the inside base. There is a verification mark and Quart label to the left of the handle. The front of the measure is faintly engraved with a Landlords and Public House name.

Verification marks:
crER21 LCC, London County Council.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height: 5.75 in (14.60cm).
Base diameter: 4.75in (12.00cm).

Capacity: 40.00floz, 1 quart Imperial.

Weight: 948 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS6004.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - .

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-095.
£100
| $139 USD | €117 EUR

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART OEWS TANKARD ...

Item Ref
P-104

Description:
A good one quart tankard, Old English Wine Standard capacity; bearing the mark 'TB' believed to be Thomas Bankes of Wigan, England who worked 1706-1724.
The straight sided body has a low single fillet and stands on a slightly flared foot. The double dome lid has a ram's horn thumbpiece, the curve handle has cut-card decoration to the top and a boot-heel terminal. The inner base is clearly marked with the makers mark for 'TB'.

Provenance:
Sold Bonham's 22.01.2015 as lot 158.
Bonham's state that the old paper label and marked No.6 may refer to Christopher Peal.
The are other numerous collector's labels attached to the base.

Published examples:
'Pewter at Colonial Williamsburg' P198, item 248.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a lightly polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top of thumb piece: 7.125 in (18.00cm).
Base diameter: 5.00in (12.7cm).

Capacity: 34.00floz, 1 quart Old English Wine Standard.

Weight: 951 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS9601 Thomas Bankes or PS1373 TB.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP5472 TB.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
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Stock number: P-104.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER TANKARD BY RICHARD GOING ...

Item Ref
P-053

Description:
A large and scarce tankard by Richard Going of Bristol, England; who worked 1715 - 1764. The tankard is of unusually large size having a capacity of 46floz, this would be over two and a half pints to the Old English Wine Standard.
The tankard is straight sided with a low fillet to the body which stands on a slightly flared foot. The double dome lid has a scroll thumbpiece, the heavy curved handle has a large fishtail terminal. The inside base bears the mark of Richard Going.
Richard Going was a prominent Bristol maker and exported on a regular basis to America. His shop was in Broad Quay, Bristol and is shown in the lower right hand corner of the painting by Peter Monamy; which is displayed in the Bristol City Museum. (see image attached).

Published examples:
'Pewter at Colonial Williamsburg' P21, items 265-267.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a lightly polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top of thumb piece: 7.50 in (19.00cm).
Base diameter: 5.25in (13.3cm).

Capacity: 46.00floz, 2.5 Pints Old English Wine Standard.

Weight: 1224 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS32.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP1909.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-053.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER LIDDED TANKARD, C1740, BY ...

Item Ref
K013

A fine antique English pewter lidded tankard of 32 fluid ounce capacity, by Allen Bright of Bristol, Cott O.P 574.
The Tankard is of ‘tulip’ form, with double dome lid and an open heart thumb piece. Impressive handle with a ‘hooded’ ball terminal.
The inside base is struck with a very clear maker’s touch mark.
The tankard is in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish.

Circa 1740.

Size:
Height: 7.5 in (19.0cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £15.00
Europe: £25.00
USA/Canada: £40.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT LIDDED TANKARD, ...

Item Ref
A005

A fine antique English pewter lidded tankard of 1 Imperial pint capacity, by Allen Bright of Bristol, Cott O.P 574.
The Tankard is of ‘tulip’ form, with double dome lid and a solid chair back thumb piece. Impressive handle with a ‘hooded’ ball terminal.
The base is struck with the maker’s touch mark.
The tankard is in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish.

Circa 1740.

Size:
Height: 6.0 in (15.3cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART SPOUTED MEASURE ...

Item Ref
P459

Antique English pewter 1 quart spouted measure with double dome lid; by Samuel Cocks of London, who is recorded as working in 1819.
The measure is of ‘U’ shaped form with a single banded fillet to the body. The double dome lid has an open chair back thumb piece; the handle is double scroll with fishtail terminal. The measure stands on a large flared foot.
The hall marks of Samuel Cocks are found to the left of the handle. There are no verification marks.
The condition is excellent with a polished silver grey finish; there are some traces of oxide.

Circa 1819.

Size:
Height: 8.25in (21.0cm)
Top diameter: 4.0in (10.2cm).
Base diameter: 4.5in (11.4cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £18.00
USA/Canada: £25.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER LIDDED TANKARD, OLD ENGLISH ...

Item Ref
PEW-022

Antique English pewter lidded tankard, 1 quart Old English Wine Standard.

Circa 1780.

A fine tankard with double dome lid, bulbous drum with fillet on a large flared foot.

Double scroll handle with fishtail terminal.

Open chair back thumb piece.

The hinge to the lid looks to be original with no repair.

There are rubbed makers marks to the left of the handle.

I have measured the capacity and it is about 33 fl oz; so 1 quart to the Old English Wine Standard.

The tankard has a polished silver grey finish, there is possibly a repair to the handle terminal (see detailed images).

Weight: 890g

Height to top of dome lid: 19cm (7.5in).

Shipping

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UK: £8.00, Europe £15.00, USA: £35.00
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER TANKARD 1 QUART OEWS, ...

Item Ref
P-074

Description:
A lidded tankard of 1 quart OEWS capacity, of tulip form with a double dome lid with open chairback thumb piece. The body has fillet to the middle of the drum and stands on a flared foot. The handle is of double scroll form with a fishtail terminal. There are no makers marks but this style of tankard is often associated with Bristol makers. The tankard would date to circa 1760.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top of thumb piece: 7.50 in (19.00cm).
Base diameter: 4.375in (11.2cm).

Capacity: 33.40floz, 1 quart Old English Wine Standard.

Weight: 857 grams.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-074.
SOLD

A PAIR OF ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 ...

Item Ref
K002

A fine pair of antique English pewter 1 pint tankards or measures with flared foot and decorative fillets; by John Curruthers Crane of Bewdley
Good George 1V Imperial Standard stamps to the front along with clear Worcester county verifications.
Verification marks to the left of handle, VR534 for Worcester County; stamped ‘PINT’ and very clear makers marks. The inside base also carries a ‘Crowned X’ makers ‘ICC’ mark and the words ‘IMPERIAL STANDARD’
The tankards are in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish. There are no repairs or damage.

Circa 1830.

Size:
Height: 4.75 in (12cm).
Base diameter: 4.25in (10.7cm).
Rim Diameter: 3.25in (8.4cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £7.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.

SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT TANKARD, CIRCA ...

Item Ref
CR10

A fine antique English pewter 1 pint tankard with ‘U’ shaped drum on a flared foot and decorative fillets; by John Curruthers Crane of Bewdley. The tankard has a double scroll handle with fish tail terminal.
Good George 1V Imperial Standard stamp to the front, along with makers marks to the rim. There are no verification marks.
The inside base also carries a ‘Crowned X’ makers ‘ICC’ mark and the word ‘Bewdley’
The tankard is in excellent condition with a silver grey finish, there are very few signs of use and the condition could be described as almost perfect. There are no repairs or damage.

Circa 1830.

Size:
Height: 4.75 in (12cm).
Base diameter: 3.70in (9.2cm).
Rim Diameter: 3.25in (8.4cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £7.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT LIDDED TANKARD, ...

Item Ref
PJ266

Description:
A lidded tankard of 1 pint Imperial capacity, of U shape with a double dome lid with open chairback thumb piece. The body has two sets of incised banding and stands on a flared foot. The handle is of double scroll form with a fishtail terminal. There are no makers marks but this style of tankard would date to circa 1800-20. The tankard is inscribed to the front with the initials RH; there are also no verification marks which would suggest that this was for private use.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a very lightly polished silver grey finish and some very small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top of thumb piece: 6.75 in (17.20cm).
Base diameter: 3.625in (9.3cm).

Capacity: 20.00floz, 1 Pint Imperial Standard.

Weight: 565 grams.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: PJ266.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT MEASURE BY ...

Item Ref
P-0004

Antique English pewter 1 pint measure by Joseph Hart Mortimer of Exeter. The measure has good verification and makers marks. The measure has a double scroll handle with fish tail terminal.

Circa 1836.

The condition is good with a lightly polished finish. There are no repairs.

Makers mark: to inside of base and also to the rim left of the handle, mark of Joseph Hart Mortimer. (PS18491).

Verification marks:
'Crown WR M Imperial' William 1V verification.

Size:
Height: 4.5in (11.5cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £18.00
USA/Canada: £25.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-0004 (J296).
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT MEASURE, JAMES ...

Item Ref
S-015

Description:
A substantial 1 quart measure by James Grimes of London who worked 1851 - 1883. The measure is of 'bucket' shape with a double scroll handle with fish tail terminal, standing on a flared foot. The measure is inscribed to the front with the ownership initials 'HJJ' or similar. There is also the date July '72 and the word Quart inscribed to the left of the handle. This is a very well made and heavy measure. There are no verification marks but there is a clear makers mark to the inside of the base.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top rim: 6.50 in (16.50cm).
Base diameter: 4.375in (11.2cm).

Capacity: 40.00floz, 1 quart Imperial.

Weight: 876 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS4134.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - .

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: S-015.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER BRASS RIM QUART MEASURE ...

Item Ref
P-087

Description:
A brass rim measure of 1 quart Imperial capacity, the measure has a cylindrical body with ovolo banding just above the lower handle terminal. The measure has verification marks stamped either side of the handle. There is an unreadable name inscribed to the front. The inside of the base is clearly marked with the mark of George Grimes of London. Brass rim measures are considered to have been used to measure shell fish and dry produce.

Verification marks:
Cr VR 353 Kent.
Cr VR 28 Middlesex / London.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top rim: 6.00 in (15.20cm).
Base diameter: 4.875in (12.5cm).

Capacity: 40.00floz, 1 quart Imperial.

Weight: 991 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS4142.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - OP2025.

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-087.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT MEASURE BY ...

Item Ref
P-0003

Antique English pewter 1 pint measure by William McKenzie of Birmingham, the measure is engraved to the front 'C CHAMBERLAIN NORTON'. The measure has good verification marks including a 'Crown WR'. There is also the letter 'C' impressed into the top of the handle.

Circa 1825-1841.

The condition is good with a lightly polished finish. There are no repairs.

Makers mark: to inside of base, mark of William McKenzie of Birmingham. (PS6331, OP3042), along with an 'X'

Verification marks:
'Crown VR484' Hertford County.
'LYSTA .P.' St Albans Liberty.
'Crown WR' William 1V verification.
There are also two 'Crowned X' marks and the word 'PINT' inscribed to the front.

Size:
Height: 4.5in (11.5cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £18.00
USA/Canada: £25.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-0003 (J120).
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART TANKARD, CIRCA ...

Item Ref
K009

A fine antique English pewter 1 quart tankard of ‘truncated cone’ shape, on a flared foot with decorative fillet and incised banding to the body; by John Curruthers Crane of Bewdley.
Good George 1V Imperial Standard stamp to the front, along with makers marks to the rim.
The inside base also carries a ‘Crowned X’ makers ‘ICC’ mark and the word ‘Bewdley’
The tankard is in excellent condition with a silver grey finish and some traces of oxide. There are no repairs or damage.

Circa 1830.

Size:
Height: 6.25 in (16cm).
Base diameter: 5.25in (13.2cm).
Rim Diameter: 4.00in (10.2cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £18.00
USA/Canada: £25.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART MEASURE, CIRCA ...

Item Ref
K003

Antique English pewter 1 quart measure with a broad fillet to the body, slightly flared foot.
Verification marks to front for Dover, and a rubbed verification to the right of the handle. Stamped ‘QUART’ to the left of handle and engraved to the front, ‘York Hotel, Folkestone’. There are no makers’ marks.
The tankard is in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish. There are no repairs or damage.
A very heavy quart with a solid ‘leady’ feel.

Circa 1860.

Size:
Height: 6.00 in (15.3cm).
Base diameter: 4.75in (12cm).
Rim Diameter: 4.1in (10.5cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £5.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.


SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER U SHAPE 1 QUART ...

Item Ref
K004

Antique English pewter U shaped 1 quart measure with broad flared foot; double scroll handle with fishtail terminal, decorative fillets to the drum. Made by Harton & Son of High Holborn, London.
Verification marks to the right of handle, for Rochester City, Kent and a ‘QUART’ stamp. There is a clear makers mark to the left of the handle.
The measure is engraved with the initials ‘JW’ to the front and the name of the ‘Globe & Laurel’ is engraved to the base. This Public House was in Gillingham, Kent.
The measure is in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish. There are no repairs or damage.

Circa 1870.

Size:
Height: 6.5 in (17cm).
Base diameter: 4.5in (11.4cm).
Rim Diameter: 4.0in (10cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £5.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.


SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT BRASS RIM ...

Item Ref
P-088

Description:
A brass rim measure of 1 pint Imperial capacity, the measure has a cylindrical body with ovolo banding just above the lower handle terminal. The measure has verification marks stamped either side of the handle on the brass rim. The inside of the base has a partial mark for W R Loftus Ltd of 321 Oxford Street, London. Brass rim measures are considered to have been used to measure shell fish and dry produce.

Verification marks:
Cr ER 183 Essex.
Cr ER 2 London City.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top rim: 4.50 in (11.50cm).
Base diameter: 4.00in (10.2cm).

Capacity: 20.00floz, 1 pint Imperial.

Weight: 731 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS12612.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - .

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-088.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT MEASURE, LORD ...

Item Ref
P-078e

Description:
A 1 pint Imperial measure of plain bucket shape with a D handle standing on a flared foot. The measure has a verification mark and Pint label stamped to the right of the handle. The inside of the base has the mark of W R Loftus of 321 Oxford Street, London. The base is inscribed with the following: Lord High Admiral, Church Street. The front of the measure also bears the initials FR.
The Lord High Admiral public House was in Church Street, Lisson Grove, London. It was built in 1841 and rebuilt in 1960.
It is recorded that in 1891 - 1895 Frederick Ritchie was the publican.

Verification marks:
Cr VR 349 London County.

Condition:
Excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish and some small traces of light oxide.

Repairs: There are no repairs that I could detect.

Size:
Height to top rim: 4.875 in (12.30cm).
Base diameter: 3.50in (12.3cm).

Capacity: 20.00floz, 1 pint Imperial.

Weight: 587 grams.

Pewterer's reference number:
Pewter Society: - PS12612.
Cotterell: Old Pewter: Its Makers and Marks - .

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.

Stock number: P-078e.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER TULIP SHAPE 1 PINT ...

Item Ref
K001



Antique English pewter plain tulip shaped 1 pint tankard or measure with broad flared foot; double scroll handle with fishtail terminal.
Verification marks to the left of handle, VR49 for Westmoreland County; Appleby District, and also marked 1EWW for East Ward and PINT. There is an X to the inside of the base, but no makers’ marks.
The tankard is in excellent condition with a polished silver grey finish. There are no repairs or damage.

Circa 1850.

Size:
Height: 4.75 in (12cm).
Base diameter: 3.75in (9.7cm).
Rim Diameter: 3.5in (8.7cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £5.00
Europe: £10.00
USA/Canada: £15.00
Other countries: Please ask.

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ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT MEASURE, JAMES ...

Item Ref
K011

Antique English pewter 1 pint measure of truncated cone form, standing on a flared foot, there is a fillet to the body and some incised banding.
The measure is clearly marked to the front with an excellent Liverpool verification mark and has a ‘George 1V IMPERIAL PINT’ stamp to the front.
The makers mark, ‘MORGAN’ is inside the base.
The condition is excellent with a dull grey polished finish.

Circa 1835.

Size:
Height: 4.75in (12.0cm)
Top diameter: 3.25in (8.5cm).
Base diameter: 4.25in (10.5cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £8.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER ½ PINT MEASURE, JOHN ...

Item Ref
K010

Antique English pewter half pint measure by John Abbot of Gateshead. A very solid and well made measure.
There is a ‘1/2 PINT’ capacity label to the front of the rim, there are no verification marks.
The inside base has the Abbot mark within two circles.
The front of the measure is engraved with the initials ‘JB’.
The measure is in good condition with signs of use, it retains a natural silver grey patina.

Circa 1860.

Size:
Height: 3.5in (9.0cm).
Base diameter: 3.15in (8.0cm).
Rim Diameter: 2.75in (7.0cm)

SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 QUART MEASURE WITH ...

Item Ref
K008

Antique English pewter 1 quart measure with brass rim. A very solid and heavy measure.
There is a ‘1 QUART’ capacity label to the left of the handle, along with numerous verification marks.
The front of the measure is engraved as is the underside of the base with owners name and the name of the Inn where it was used.
The measure is in fair condition with many signs of use, it retains a natural grey patina.

Circa 1880.

Size:
Height: 6.0in (15cm).
Base diameter: 4.75in (12.0cm).
Rim Diameter: 4.25in (10.7cm)

Shipping costs:
UK: £10.00
Europe: £20.00
USA/Canada: £30.00
Other countries: Please ask.
SOLD

ANTIQUE ENGLISH PEWTER 1 PINT TWO HANDLED ...

Item Ref
A024

Antique English pewter two handled ‘loving’ cup of 1 pint capacity. The cup stands on a flared foot with large strap handles, each with four heavily incised lines, the upper and lower terminals of the handle are of a ‘Y’ form.
There are clear maker’s marks to the rim; there are no capacity verification marks.
The condition is good, there are traces of a repair to the lower handle terminal, and the cup is a polished silver grey with traces of oxide.

Circa 1850.

Size:
Height: 5.25in (13.4cm).
Base diameter: 2.75in (7.2cm).
Top diameter: 4.25in (10.7cm).

Shipping costs:
UK: £8.00
Europe: £15.00
USA/Canada: £20.00
Other countries: Please ask.

SOLD