Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this Victorian solid silver tankard made by Henry William Curry in London, 1870.
The exterior features a plain mirror-like finish with a traditional baluster form.
The handle is very sturdy with a chased Acanthus thumbpiece on the top.
The base of the tankard is supported with a widened foot with a beaded design around the border.
The interior remains in good condition, no gilding is present, however, the colour reflection makes the interior appear slightly yellowish/gilt due to the shadows etc.
There are no leaks in this cup and thus liquids can be held within - the capacity is just shy of 1 pint.
Full set of English hallmarks are marked on the side of the cup.
- Size (mm) H:135mm W:125mm including handles.
- Size (inches) H:5.31 W:4.92 including handles.
- Weight: 340 grams (12 oz)
Great Condition - The cup is in great antique condition with no major damage or issues, only minor surface scratches to be expected with its age. Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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