Worshipful Company of Coopers
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Worshipful Company of Coopers
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Marking on the bottom of a tankard, probably demonstrating ownership.
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This is the base of a tankard recovered from the Surgeon’s cabin of the Mary Rose. Made mostly of pine, with a poplar lid and beech handle, it’s not that different from the many other examples recovered from the Mary Rose. However, it does feature this large mark on the bottom. It may be a personal mark, although as the surgeon would have been an educated man, it is unlikely he would have needed to use a marking when it would have been much easier to put his name. It might be a good luck symbol, as it bears similarities to the early-Christian Staurogram, or it might even be a makers mark.
wooden bucket. Vestfold, Norway (Kulturhistorisk museum)
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Viking wooden bucket. Vestfold, Norway (Kulturhistorisk museum)
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Wooden bucket from the Mary Rose. I'm wondering about the stubs of what look like pegs. Volume markers? Repairs?
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Wooden bucket found on board the 16th century British carrack Mary Rose, which sunk on its launch.
Mary Rose tankard
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Mary Rose tankard. Around 27 of these tankards, as well as various fragments, were found on the Mary Rose, in all parts of the ship. Almost all of them are made of pine, held together with willow hoops and lined with pitch to waterproof them. They all appear to have had lids, to prevent spillages.
Medieval bucket from Castell y Bere, Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, 13th century. This item comes from: National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 53.123/4). education.gtj.org...
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Medieval bucket from Castell y Bere, Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, 13th century. This item comes from: National Museums Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 53.123/4). http://education.gtj.org.uk/en/item1/25922
Antique French staved wine jug...
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Antique French Staved Wine Jug
A cooper's adze I've just started refurbishing back to working order.
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Using an inshave to shape the inside walls of a tankard stave.
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"The Arte & Misterie of Coopering: A method to the mathness." A project from the School of the Renaissance Artisan
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MaryRose-wooden tankard open to display pitch (?) lining