London, South Kensington
20 January 2010
A GEORGE I SILVER TANKARD
MARK OF HUMPHREY PAYNE, LONDON, 1723
The front engraved with baroque coat-of-arms within foliate cartouche, sides applied with a narrow girdle, handle engraved with contemporary initials R*R; together with a George III provincial silver mug, mark of William Stalker and John Mitchison, Newcastle, 1774, handle engraved with contemporary intitals B over E*A
6¾ in. (17.2 cm.) high
30.5 oz. (946 gr.)
The tankard is engraved with the arms and initials of Richard Rutter of Moor Hall, Cheshire. (2)
The tankard: Richard Rutter of Moor Hall, Cheshire.
By descent to General Peter Heron (1770-1849) of Moor Hall, Cheshire, and to his wife's great-niece, Cecilia Widdrington who married Shalcross Fitzherbert Widdrington in 1864.
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