Rare Georgian Sterling Silver Tankard Elaborate Monogram Courtauld & Cowles 1774
Superb Georgian sterling silver tankard / mug, fully hallmarked for London 1774. This is a very fine quality silver tankard made in the reign of King George III by Louisa Courtauld and George Cowles. The tankard is of classic form with straight tapering sides above a spreading round pedestal base. The tankard has an elaborate monogram to the front and a scroll handle with acanthus thumbpiece. The tankard is 4-1/4 inches / 108 mm wide to the back of the handle, 3-1/4 inches / 82 mm in diametre at the base and it stands 3-5/8 inches / 91 mm tall.
Made of very thick gauge silver, the tankard weighs an impressive 260 grams. The underside has clear hallmarks - lion passant. London mark, letter t for 1774 and maker's mark LC over GC for Louisa Courtauld and George Cowles. The tankard is in excellent condition with no dents, damage or repair.
The item "Rare Georgian Sterling Silver Tankard Elaborate Monogram Courtauld & Cowles 1774" is in sale since Friday, June 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cups/Goblets". The seller is "silverhoarder" and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Product: Cups/ Tankards / Mugs
- Style: Georgian
- Age: Pre-1800
- Composition: Sterling Silver
- Brand: Courtauld & Cowles
- Maker: Louisa Courtauld & George Cowles
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