NYC Marked Stoneware Tavern Mug

C338

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Great looking saltglazed stoneware tavern mug. Incised cobalt highlighted bands. Stamped, “F. HEYDE” on base. Pewter lid with King Bacchus finial with superb old grey surface patina.

Frederick Heyde was a pewter maker operating in New York City in the 1870s. He ordered mugs like this marked with his name (and often address on 4th St.) to sell his pewter tops. They were made with a variety of different finial designs. The mugs were likely locally produced in or near the city. This is an especially nice clean example.

 

 

Date: 1860-80.

 

Size: 6″ tall.

 

Condition: Overall excellent with expected aging and wear. Pewter lid and handle ring are slightly loose but functional. Please use photos and description to determine condition.

 

Price: $250

 

Insured US Shipping: $20

 

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