click the photo to enlarge
A Georgian silver tankards are silver, silverplate or pewter, but examples are also found in horn, ceramic, glass and hardstone. More decorative examples with elaborate carving are also found in ivory. In the 17th century, tankards usually had a flat lid, were of tapering cylindrical shape and were undecorated. In the 18th century the tankard bodies became bulbous, and the lids domed.'>tankard (with repairs) 1720's, George I, maker Dike Impey, 9 cm high

You must be a subscriber, and be logged in to view price and dealer details.

Subscribe Now to view price range

This item has been included into following indexes: