A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Hans Polmann, Danzig, circa 1660. Embossed and chased with cherubs symbolizing Autumn, carrying nature's bounty andincluding signs of Libra, Scorpio and Sagittarius, marked on body and cover; 20.5cm, 8in high; 890gr, 28oz 12dwt
CAUGHT IN SILVER BY SIGMUND Bierfreund, NUREMBERG, 1681-1685 AND SUBSEQUENT On pedestal engraved with flowers (posterior), the body rejected garlands of fruits and flowers wrapped, wrapping the handle in with masculine term, the hinged lid with plug in bird punches: city, master goldsmith and striche
A QUEEN ANNE SILVER TANKARD, MARK OF JOHN RUSLEN, LONDON, 1707, Later decorated with vertical fluting separated by wavy-edged, matted, horizontal bands, Onslow scroll thumbpiece and vacant rococo cartouche, handle with engraved contemporary initials, "H" over "IS", 7 in. high (17 cm.), 26 oz.