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Lot 71: A Danish silver peg tankard, maker's mark only, CK conjoined , circa 1700

Jewellery, Silver, Watches & Coins

by Dreweatts & Bloomsbury

August 13, 2014

Newbury, United Kingdom

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  • A Danish silver peg tankard, maker's mark only, CK conjoined , circa 1700
  • A Danish silver peg tankard, maker's mark only, CK conjoined , circa 1700
  • A Danish silver peg tankard, maker's mark only, CK conjoined , circa 1700
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Description: A Danish silver peg tankard, maker's mark only, CK conjoined (not traced), circa 1700, the domed cover engraved with JPS , MMD , two armorials and dated 1701 within a flower and scroll foliate border, the scroll handle with a thumb piece modelled as a rampant lion supporting a ball, terminating with a shield later dot engraved J. Winter MKD: 1824 , the plain cylindrical body later engraved Presented by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales to Mr Mackenzie of Glen Muick October 29th 1879 and later dot engraved JNJBK - MJDK 1844 , on three foliate and pomegranate feet, 22.5cm (9in) high, 1443g (46.4 oz) The arms on the cover probably are Danish, based on the initials: the last letters in both initials, S for the man means -son (son) and the D for the lady means -datter (daughter), which is very typical. It is not the arms of a noble family, as these are all known. Only very few of the arms of burghers are registered and published. Probably Sir James Thompson Mackenzie of Glenmuick, 1st Baronet (1818-1890)

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