Liberty & Co – Tudric Pewter Tankard 053 – stock #13320
An early 20th century pewter tankard made to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in 1902. Retailed by Liberty & Co as part of their Tudric Range of art pewter wares. Most likely designed by Archibald Knox (1864-1933)
It is decorated with a Coat of Arms for the Orde of the Garter and has “EDW VII Rec Coronat0 Carolus Scarisbrick In Memoriam ME DD” embossed around the top rim.
|Stamped “Tudric 053”||Patinated grey from age. Wear to the coat of arms. Not exactly round and with dents and bends – SEE picture.|
|Price GB Pounds
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