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Dinner plate of the 'Arctic Scenery' pattern
Dinner plate of the 'Arctic Scenery' pattern. It is made of earthenware, transfer-printed in blue with a central scene of Eskimos pulled on a dog sled based on an engraving by Edward Finden after G.F. Lyon in W.E. Parry's 'Journal of a Second Voyage for the discovery of a North-West Passage' (London, 1824). In the background, two ships overwintering in the Arctic from an engraving by William Westall after F.W. Beechey in W.E. Parry's 'Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage' (London, 1821). The border has alternative panels showing flowers and animals (a lion, cheetah, antelope and deer). There is an impressed, six-spoke mark on the base. There are twelve similar plates in the collection AAA4309, AAA4325-AAA4335.
Object number: AAA4332
Date: circa 1840
Original dimensions: 30 mm x 270 mm
- Image reference: S0645
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London