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Buchan Scottish Stoneware Beer Tankard with ‘The Lion Rampant’ Motif

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Stock Ref No: LAC002959
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This is a simple but elegant example of a stoneware beer tankard by Buchan of Scotland.

The tankard is of classic form and made in stoneware. The handle has been separately applied and has a strap-like appearance with two central grooves. The whole is glazed in speckled grey. On one side of the tankard there is a raised moulded emblem of ‘ the Lion Rampant’ from the Scottish royal coat of arms. This is glazed in a reddish-brown.

The base of the tankard is unglazed, revealing the underlying ceramic body to be beige in colour. It is marked with the Buchan logo, and the words ‘BUCHAN PORTOBELLO SCOTLAND FINEST STONEWARE’ and the codes ‘70L-20’ and ‘M11’.

It has a height of approximately 12.4cm, with a diameter across the rim of about 7.5cm and across the base of about 8.0cm.

It is in excellent condition, with no chips or cracks.

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