This drinking Horn was presented to Daffydd ap Ifan, by King Henry the 7th, at Llwyn Dafydd, in the Parish of Llandypilio Gogo; where he slept, one night, in his march through Cardiganshire, after he landed in Milford Haven.
Lithograph. Image 98 x 261mm. 11¾ x 10¼".
The ornate drinking horn presented to Daffydd ap Ifan by King Henry VII (1457-1509) who was the first monarch of the House of Tudor. This drinking horn on a pedestal flanked either side by the greyhound and dragon of the Royal Coat of Arms.
Ex Collection Norman Blackburn.
[Ref: 18508] £90.00