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Lot 446


Provenance The Hoare Family. According to family tradition this jug was made from the hide of Crowell's war horse. The date '1653' on the rim of the jug may suggest that it commemorates the year Cromwell became Lord Protector. It has also been suggested, however, that the silver metal mounts may represent a later antiquarian improvement
Condition The jug has a wonderful aged surface with wear and damage consistent with age. The silver mounts are possibly later, perhaps an 18th century antiquarian addition
Measurements: click here
Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000
Hammer price: £7,400
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.

17th century, of traditional form, the silver metal mounted rim with a border of pendant leaves beneath an inscription Oliver Cromwell 1653 Lord Protector of England Scotland and Ireland, the front of the vessel with a silver metal armorial, but a variation of Oliver Cromwell's arms, and the motto Pax Quaeritur Bello

Height 47cm
Width 30cm (across the handle)

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