Unmarked measure with twin ram’s head thumbpiece, kanne form characteristic of region. Very good condition, some early repairs, barely visible. Original surface patina.
H: 6.75” Diameter: 3”
Pewter Wrigglework Plate
Continental European Maker, circa 1736 - SOLD
Floral patterning around rim with bouquet in center on face, crowned ‘FFF’ and date on rim. Maker’s mark on reverse, ‘MN’ over image of early bird who caught the worm.
Diameter: 12 3/8”
365-316 - SOLD
Pewter Dutch Mustard Pot
Early 20th century - SOLD
Good example of a mustard pot with unidentified Low Countries maker’s mark under base. Later engraved ‘St William’s College’ (York, England). Good condition. Uneven medium-grey original surface patina.
H: 5 3/8” Diameter: 3”
365-263 - SOLD
Nurnberg Pewter Plate Emperor Ferdinand II Habsburg Date/Period: 17th Century, Circa 1630 - SOLD
Measurement: Diameter: 7.5"
Condition: The plate displays well, shows age patina, some imperfections on the back
of the rim; however, they are not visible on the front of the plate, there is a small hole at
two o’clock that doesn’t distract. The pewter is thinly cast and is very soft…very good
condition considering that it is approximately 380 years old.
Additional Information: Nuremberg pewter relief plate, “Kaiserteller” of Ferdinand II (9
July 1578 – 15 February 1637). Cast in the center with medallion depicting the Holy
Roman Emperor Ferdinand II Habsburg on horseback with a legend: FERDINAND:
II.DG.RO: IM: S: A: At the rim are six oval cartouches each containing mounted
Maker's marks are on the inside of the base; typical of these tankards dating from the end of the 18th century into the first third of the 19th century. The lid is inset with a coin, which is somewhat worn making the legend impossible to decipher although the date '1809' is visible. The thumbpiece is especially attractive. There is an incised 'plouk' line just below the rim inside the neck to ensure accurate capacity. (Superb condition, with light-grey original surface patina; overall H: 8.25", height to rim: 6 1/8", base diameter: 5.75".
A high status footed plate or tazza by Carlo Perot an unidentified French pewterer, with his touchmark on the reverse. The bowl displays a superbly engraved family crest. The style of the plate and foot suggests a dating of circa 1690-1720. The base is 1.75" high with a 4" diameter; overall H: 2.25".
This charger has a crown over hammer mark.
Dimensions: 14.25-inch diameter.
657-35 - SOLD
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