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White ironstone china jug, with a brown line around the rim. 'PORT LINE' transfer-printed in brown on a ribbon on the side. The maker's mark is printed on the base. This pattern was described by the donor, a purser with Port Line, as the 'Breakfast service'. The Port Line carried refrigerated cargo from Australia and New Zealand and manufactured goods on the outward journey; their ships also carried passengers. Blue Star and Port Lines operated under one management as Blue Star Port Lines from 1968.
Wedgwood & Co. Ltd.
- Image reference: E6217
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Brooks Collection. Reproduced with kind permission of Josiah Wedgwood & Sons Ltd.