This is an old pewter wine jug made by the Swiss company JP Della Bianca. Has several hand tax stamps on the lid and is embossed on the bottom with the maker’s mark. Has another mark engraved in the bottom of inside. Stamped 95% of tin (Zinn). This was made to fill or refill a single serving of wine. Over the years they were sometimes used to serve the Eucharist communion in Christian churches. One expert I found dated this from 1850’s to 1900’s. This is in great condition with light signs of use. Has ram head finials attaching the lid plus two fish at the sides attached to a short chain. The short chain was used to keep the contents inside when on a sailing vessel. It measures 5-3/8 inches tall and 2-1/2 inches diameter.
For All Colorado Residence State Sales Tax is 2.9%
JP Della Bianca Small Pewter Covered Flagon for Wine or Eucharist Switzerland with Rams Head Finials