London, South Kensington
28 - 29 November 2006
A GEORGE I SILVER TANKARD,
MARK OF GEORGE WICKES, LONDON, 1726,
With tapering sides & spreading foot, domed cover & later monogram "ISH" to front, chair-back thumbpiece, handle terminating in an escutcheon; date letter, lion passant & leopard's head to base, maker's mark to right of handle & repeated on handle, cover unmarked, gilt interior, 7¼ in. high (18.2 cm.), 26 oz.
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