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Cup used on RY 'Osborne' (1870)
White porcelain cup with a scalloped gilt rim, used on RY 'Osborne' (1870). The handle is gilt and in the shape of two twisted stems. The cup is decorated with a blue garter badge with a gold anchor in the centre and the Prince of Wales's feathers above with the motto 'ICH DIEN'. The garter is inscribed 'ROYAL YACHT OSBORNE'. The maker's mark is printed on the base of the cup.
Derby Crown Porcelain Co. Ltd.
- Image reference: E6406-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London