Figurehead of 'Royal Charlotte' (1824) [Queen Charlotte] by unknown

Figurehead of 'Royal Charlotte' (1824) [Queen Charlotte]


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Figurehead of 'Royal Charlotte' (1824) [Queen Charlotte]

Figurehead of the royal yacht 'Royal Charlotte', 1824. This superb late-Georgian example retrospectively represents the young Queen Charlotte (1744-1818), wife of George III) at just over half length, crowned, with an orb held before her in her left hand and a sceptre (detachable and restored) in her right, trailing slightly behind the figure. To either side she is supported behind by attendant cherubs with, on her right side, the Hanoverian royal arms, and on her left the Union flag, both within shields surrounded by foliate carving, and with flowers on the centre-line where the figure slots over the supporting stemhead.

  • Image reference: D4736

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