This exceptional antique Georgian sterling silver tankard has a plain circular baluster form onto a spreading circular foot.
The body of this antique silver tankard is plain and encircled with a plain applied girdle, in addition to bands of tooled decoration.
This 18th century silver tankard retains the original hallmarked domed hinged cover with an impressive cast scrolling thumbpiece.
The hinge is decorated with pendant drop style ornamentation to the upper portion of the handle.
This antique sterling silver tankard is fitted with a hallmarked S scroll handle ornamented with an impressive heart shaped decorated terminal.
The handle of the tankard is further embellished with the engraved initials 'HTM', segmented with a quatrefoil motif.
This exceptional example of Georgian silverware, crafted by the renowned and collectable Newcastle silversmiths John Langlands I & John Robertson I, is the finest of its type you could hope to acquire.