Pewter mug, baluster form with scroll handle and touch marks.  Circa 1820-1840. Engraved "H.K. Pinhey, Horaceville, Upper Canada".  Hamnett Kirkes Pinhey retired from trade at the age of 35 and came to Canada from London, England, in 1820 to reinvent himself as a landed gentleman.  Horaceville was the product of his ambition and talents.  We know from his daily farm accounts that he grew hops to brew beer.
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