A salt-glazed stoneware tankard with silver-gilt mounts. The body is applied with a frieze of "Landsknecht" soldiers in contemporary 16th-century dress. The silver lid is inset with a silver groat of Phillip and Mary (c.1555). Original stoneware handle is missing and replaced by silver handle. Silver mounts inscribed and hallmarked (19th century).

An00011851 001 l


Made Of
silver, stoneware
Type of Thing
tankard, coin
applied, salt-glazed, gilded
Cologne Stoneware


Found In
Great Yarmouth, Yare, River
In Gallery
Made In
Cologne, London


Acquired In
1555, 1530-1540, 1892-1893

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