Possibly by John Gamon (first mark entered 1727)
Object Place: Europe, England
Overall Height (with hand): 9.6 cm (3 3/4 in.); Weight: 206.9 gm (6 oz 13 dwt)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
The raised baluster mug has a slightly flared rim and rests on a cast, molded foot. The ear-shaped handle, cast in two vertical halves, has a scrolled terminus.
ARMORIALS: engraved on front, an unidentified coat of arms (a lion rampant, impaling, three tuns) impaling those of Orleton, or possibly Athull, Brickman, or Crowner.
On underside, maker's mark partially obliterated, probably IG, (similar to Grimwade 1323).
The Philip Leffingwell Spalding Collection, given in his memory by Katherine Ames Spalding and Philip Spalding, Oakes Ames Spalding, Hobart Ames Spalding. (Accession Date: April 16, 1942)
The Philip Leffingwell Spalding Collection—Given in his memory by Katharine Ames Spalding and Philip Spalding, Oakes Ames Spalding, and Hobart Ames Spalding