Product images of Cup used on RY 'Alberta' (1863)
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Cup used on RY 'Alberta' (1863)
A cup used on RY 'Alberta' (1863). It is made of thin white porcelain with gilt rims, and is hand-painted over the glaze with grasses, moths and insects. The Worcester mark is printed on the base.
Worcester Royal Porcelain Co.
- Image reference: E6403-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London