Pewter tankard

Restitution status: Dubiousness is still to be clarified

Categories: Arts and crafts / Vessels

Object Data

 

Artist

Museum

Inventory Number

ÖMV/44278

Description

Pewter tankard with lid engraved with a wreath of foliage around the year 1699. At the front a guild mark in a wreath of foliage: horseshoe, wagon wheel, key and pistol (crossed) etc., i.e. signs of a guild association of possibly five guilds. In the middle between the smith's and the wainwright's signs a two-handled vase with a tree of life, on the side the names Girzik, Zehoz, Waclaw, Gau, Sedlacek, Weseleg, Zameruyk, Ryncekg. On the underside of the lid is a pewter mark and a hallmark. Lid with a thumb rest and knob. Robust base. 

Height

24.5 cm

Width

16 cm

Provenance Data

 

Former owner according to museum / collection

Unknown

Provenance

Acquisition from the art market/antique shop

Provenance according to museum / collection

Acquired from art dealer Viktor Reitzner

Decision

No decision has been reached so far.

Implementation

The art or cultural object is kept in the museum/in the collection.

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