A vintage pewter-style tankard with an ornate handle and heavy base. Bring it to fairs and festivals, Viking drinking parties, or anywhere else you imbibe.
Made by the Wilton Company of Pennsylvania, 1960s or 1970s. Has a couple of shallow dents near the base (but I believe it was cast that way). Lip is hallmarked with the Wilton stamp "RWP" and "U.S.A."
Made of Armetale, a cast aluminum alloy developed in the 1960s. Armetale is food-safe, non-tarnishing, and heat-resistant to 1000 degrees F.
Dimensions: Approx. 4.75 inches (height), 3.5 inches (diameter of rim)
Lot number: 004
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