WILLIAM & MARY PROVINCIAL SILVER TUMBLER
RC, Unascribed, c1690, England, (Jackson's Revised, p.523)
(formerly ascribed to Lincoln, Jackson's p.444)
The short round cup hammered up from a single sheet, with rounded and weighted bottom, for automatic righting of
position; scratch-engraved for a marriage: A over I . . A over I . . H over 1704
Condition: Very good, with rubbed marks; no splits or repairs found
Note: Tumbler cups were made from the mid-17th century, throughout the 18th century, and occasionally later.
These are very plain small bowl shaped drinking vessels, hammered up from a single sheet.
The sides became thinner are they rose, leaving a heavy bottom, so that the cup would automatically right itself.
2.5" High x 3 1/8" Wide
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