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Tankard. Silver-gilt, agate, onyx, sardonyx, jasper, amethyst, Siberian amethyst, chrysoprase, emeralds, ruby, Russian aquamarine, Russian green beryl, sapphires from Sri Lanka, pink sapphire, turquoises. Acquired by George IV from Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, December 1823 for £504.

Tankard. Silver-gilt, agate, onyx, sardonyx, jasper, amethyst, Siberian amethyst, chrysoprase, emeralds, ruby, Russian aquamarine, Russian green beryl, sapphires from Sri Lanka, pink sapphire, turquoises. Acquired by George IV from Rundell, Bridge & Rundell, December 1823 for £504.

funnel-neck beaker, Anonymous, 1550 - 1600 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

funnel-neck beaker, Anonymous, 1550 - 1600 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

tankard, Anonymous, 1590 - 1630 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen 14.2 cm tall, 4.4 d

tankard, Anonymous, 1590 - 1630 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen 14.2 cm tall, 4.4 d

jug, Anonymous, 1575 - 1600 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

jug, Anonymous, 1575 - 1600 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Tankard  Belgium, 1570-1575  The Victoria & Albert Museum  “This type of tall cylindrical tankard is known in German as a ‘Schnelle’ and was used for beer-drinking. The addition here of a hinged silver-gilt lid enriched the appearance of the stoneware vessel, increasing its status as a luxury item

Tankard Belgium, 1570-1575 The Victoria & Albert Museum “This type of tall cylindrical tankard is known in German as a ‘Schnelle’ and was used for beer-drinking. The addition here of a hinged silver-gilt lid enriched the appearance of the stoneware vessel, increasing its status as a luxury item

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