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WILLIAM & MARY SILVER TUMBLER CUP

IC above a mullet, London, 1692

 

 

 

 

 

  Of heavy gauge silver, the deep round cup with a weighted slightly flattened ovoid base engraved with contemporary initials stippled IB , the side with an 18th c. coat of arms  for the Rogers Family :
 

The arms as engraved upon this William & Mary English Sterling Silver Tumbler Cup by IC hallmarked London 1692 are upon the balance of probability and without any evidence to the contrary those that pertain to a branch of the family of Rogers. They may be blazoned as follows:

Arms: Argent a chevron (….?....) between three bucks trippant (….?....)

 

Although the arms engraved on this particular piece are not hatched so as to indicate the tinctures,

it may be presumed that the field of the arms is argent,

and in consequence they belong to an unidentified gentleman of the Rogers family.

Given that there a number of families of Rogers who bear these arms with an argent field

 but whose chevrons and bucks are differently tinctured,

 it is difficult at the present distance in time to pinpoint exactly which

branch of the family at one time was in possession of this cup.  

Such Rogers’ families are fairly well spread throughout midland and southern England,

 from Cornwall in the West Country to the Counties of Gloucester, Worcester, Shropshire in the midlands,

to Essex, Kent, Middlesex and the City of London to the east.

Spelling Variations: Roger, Rodger, Rodgers

 

Mark : IC in a heart-shaped punch, a mullet below

(Jackson’s Revised, p.137, as found on a 2 tankards, 1685-6, and a toy porringer 1691-2)

 

Condition : Good; small interior dent to coat of arms center;

a stubborn spot of discoloration on the front, visible in images

 

2.75” High x 3.25” Diameter / 4.8 oz.

 

PRICE :  Please Inquire

 

#6630

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following memorial appears at St. Mary's Church, Acton :

the text and images based on Memorials at St. Mary's Acton, T & A Harper Smith, 1987 :

 

Jonathan Rogers son of Jonathan Rogers de Chippenham,

Wilts and his wife Elizabeth daughter of Antony Saunders of Eastlach, Gloucs, S.T.P.,

who died 4 Feb 1694/95 aged 64 (cf. no.2)

[Argent] a chevron between 3 stags trippant [sable] (General Armory)

 

 

However, the shield now (2008) shows Sable a saltire gules.

 

 

Heraldry Courtesy of John Tunesi of Liongam

Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

 

 

 

 

See Also :

 

 

 

 

 

Queen Anne Britannia Silver Tot Cup

Jacobite Interest

John Eckfound (probably) London 1707-8

Queen Anne Britannia Silver Beaker

William Gibson, London, 1702

William & Mary Silver Tot Cup

Ralph Leeke (Leake), London, c1695

Arms Continental Marquis

 

 

 

 

 

 

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William and Mary Silver Tumbler Cup, with arms for the Rogers Family, 1692