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Small tea bowl without a handle, a later copy of the oak leaf service pattern associated with Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805). Painted inside with his coat of arms within the motto 'TRIA JUNCTA IN UNO' (three joined in one), his personal motto inscribed incorrectly on a ribbon below 'PALMAM OUT MERUIT FERAT'. It is surmounted by his Viscount's coronet but not his crests. There is a border inside and out of oak leaves and acorns within gold bands. Within the inside border there are two blue swags inscribed 'Nelson', 'San Josef' and 'Nelson', '22 April' (the date of the battle of Copenhagen 2 April).
- Image reference: E5724
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London