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Bone china plate
Bone china plate printed with a full-colour reproduction of the taking of Portobello, 22 November 1739, after the painting by George Chambers after Samuel Scott. The cobalt blue border is decorated with gold stars and a formalised rope design with insets of anchors. Britannia is shown at the top of the picture in the centre. The back is printed with the National Maritime Museum's three anchor crest and the inscription 'THE MARITIME ENGLAND PLATES. No. 6. THE TAKING OF PORTO BELLO, 1739. This plate depicts the bombardment and storming of Porto Bello by Admiral Vernon. Produced with the approval of the National Maritime Museum, this edition is limited to two thousand plates of which this is number 830.' The plate is in a red fitted box with the maker's name printed on the reverse.
- Image reference: E6125
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Reproduced with kind permission of Spode.