Flashed red glass, abraded, and white glass with blue enamel
Diameter: 17.5 (6 7/8) without modern border and surround
Some leads may be original, but there are a good many mends
Provenance: Oliver May, Essex, Conn.
Collection: Lyman Allyn Museum (New London, Connecticut)
Arms: (LEFT) Per fess azure and gules, a sword and a furled banner in saltire or; crest: two buffalo’s horns per fess of the same; (RIGHT) per pale argent and sable, three jars counterchanged, a crest of the same
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