FOUR PEWTER CHALICES
ATTRIBUTED TO ISRAEL TRASK (1786-1867), BEVERLY, MASSACHUSETTS, 1807-1856
Each tulip shaped, above a stem with mid-banding, on a flared circular foot, unmarked (acc. number 00.4.640)
6 1/16in. high
Israel Trask was born in Beverly, Massachusetts and was apprenticed to a silversmith as a young boy. His career as a pewterer commenced in 1825 when he began manufacturing Britannia at his shop on Cabot Street in Beverly.