1st item: Pewter flagon with wrigglework or bright cut decoration of a maiden serving a young man (possibly syrup) with sheep and a cow in foreground and house in background, the roof engraved 1765. Embossed decoration to interior of flagon, the handle marked with two shield shaped marks, one having the initials H Z or Z H over a sprig. Scratched marks on base P X . 9"H. Possibly German or Pennsylvania-German, 18th century. 2nd item: Continental pewter flagon or pitcher with urn shaped finial and engraved floral swag decoration, monogrammed M.O. on lid, with script writing across lower body: Ein guter Trunt macht Ultejung. 3 Continental hallmarks impressed on the bottom interior. 10-1/4"H. Condition: Some denting and scratching, overall good condition.
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