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17th/18th Century Norwegian Tankard | Colonial Arts. Maybe not so Very Ancient but pinned nonetheless.

** Norwegian Tankard, / century Norwegian burl-wood tankard with carved handle, hinged lid, heraldic lion and footed base.

A wonderful carved, footed burl wood Norwegian ale tankard. 17th century, nice thumb lift, wooden hinges.

A wonderful carved, footed burl wood Norwegian ale tankard.

Ceremonial Lion Peg Tankard With Crowned Lion Finial and Lid Raised on Recumbent Lion Feet Richly Patinated Burr Birch Wood.

Ceremonial lion peg tankard with crowned lion finial, central crowned lion and swag carved decoration to lid - patinated burr birch wood ,Norwegian, - high x deep, in diameter - Robert Young Antiques

* Acanthus Carved Tankard With Domed Lid and Acorn Form Finial Vigorously Carved and Well Patinated Birchwood Norwegian, c.1820.

* Acanthus Carved Tankard With Domed Lid and Acorn Form Finial Vigorously Carved and Well Patinated Birchwood Norwegian,

The traditional Norwegian tine, pronounced "teen-ah", or the Swedish svepask is constructed of a thin piece of steam-bent wood that is laced together with some type of tree root, usually birch. The sides have two vertical posts cut with notches that are used to hold the lid on. Because of the snapping noise that they make when being closed, they are also called snap boxes. Open by the side posts by gently pulling apart using the flex of the wood until the lid is freed and can then be opened…

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** Norwegian Peg Tankard, Burr Birchwood with Ebony inlays.

** Norwegian Peg Tankard, Burr Birchwood with Ebony inlays.

Carved Ceremonial Peg Tankard, Norway, 1760

Fine and Important Carved Ceremonial Peg Tankard

Tankard with trailing Foliate and Floral Decoration Raised on Carved Melon Feet Solid Specimen Burr Birchwood Norwegian, Telemark Region,

Tankard  England, 1548-1549  The British Museum  “By the second quarter of the sixteenth century, Venetian glassmakers had developed an entirely new type of decoration, composed of opaque-white lattimo (‘milky’) canes which are actually embedded in the glass itself. In the simplest use of the technique (a fili), white canes are incorporated into the colourless body of the glass, forming a series of parallel lines. In a more complex decorative scheme, the plain white canes (a fili) alternate…

Glass tankard, Tudor, could have been made by a glassmaker from Murano (Venice) working in London.

Lot 10: A 19th century Norwegian birch peg tankard, 7.25in., faults - Gorringes | AuctionZip

A century Norwegian birch peg tankard, with hinged domed lids,

Rare 16th century oak tankard known as 'Glastonbury's Grace Cup' is returned to the town for first time in 125 years

Rare 16th century oak tankard known as 'Glastonbury's Grace Cup' is returned to the town for first time in 125 years

Rare century oak tankard known as 'Glastonbury's Grace Cup' is returned to the town for first time in 125 years

Wood tankard, 1.5L, burl, Norwegian, middle 18th century, footed ...

Wood tankard, 1.5L, burl, Norwegian, middle 18th century, footed ...

Tankard, carved and painted wood, Norway    This carved and painted tankard, with its hinged lid, is similar in form to metal tankards of the late 17th century. The carved version was probably made at least a century later and shows how strongly designs in the baroque style lasted in popular culture.

Tankard

Tankard, carved and painted wood, Norway This carved and painted tankard…

Antiques Atlas - 18thc Norwegian Burr Birch Peg Tankard

Antique Treen Tankards, Cups, Goblets and Mugs

16th century wooden tankard, found within the Mary Rose wreckage. The wooden lid was introduced as worries of how the plague was spread circulated and rumours were rife.

century wooden tankard, found within the Mary Rose wreckage. The wooden lid was introduced as worries of how the plague was spread circulated and rumours were rife.

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