Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill

Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill

A drinking vessel, baluster shaped, made of pewter which consists of a baluster shaped body with two c-shaped handles and a circular base.

Summary

Object No.

86/4170

Physical Description

Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill

A drinking vessel, baluster shaped, made of pewter which consists of a baluster shaped body with two c-shaped handles and a circular base.

Dimensions

Height

166 mm

Production

Notes

This drinking vessel was made by Rose & Crown, London, England

History

Notes

This drinking vessel was made by Rose & Crown, London, England for Dunhill

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Tooth & Company Ltd under the Australian Government's Tax Incentives for the Arts Scheme, 1986

Acquisition Date

31 December, 1986

Cite this Object

Harvard

Drinking Vessel, two handled, pewter, made by Crown and Rose, London, England, date unknown and made for Dunhill 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 23 January 2018, <https://ma.as/65228>

Wikipedia

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