Date & Origin
England, c1880. Period of Victoria.
Age-related wear and some minor grazing as shown.
Height: 13.3cm Diameter: 13.2cm including the handle.
Engraved 19th century glass tankard. The tapered body is engraved with a large elaborate wreath comprised of hops and barley, containing the initials KM, the body also features an applied handle and applied cranberry trailing. A polished pontil completes the piece.
Hand-blown around the time the first rugby international was played in Edinburgh, resulting in a 1–0 win by Scotland over England on the 27th of March 1871.