The design is too sweet & romanticised to be authentically Renaissance, I think, and this is borne out by the marks. The top mark - a cursive "V" (on its side in the photo) - is the import duty mark used in the Netherlands 1906-1953. The other two marks - "13" and "N" - are Hanau pseudo marks in imitation of the old Nuremburg marks. A couple of manufacturers used these specific marks (i.e., "13" & "N"), but by far the likeliest candidate is Ludwig Neresheimer & Co., a large company with a lively export trade. I suspect the import mark is contemporaneous, and that your tankard dates from the first quarter of the 20th century.
Hope this helps!