Jug with buff glaze by David Wilson

Jug with buff glaze

David Wilson

Fine art poster

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Jug with buff glaze

Jug with a buff glaze, painted blue rim and blue decoration on the handle. It is transfer-printed in black with a portrait of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805) under the lip and the inscription: 'ADMIRAL LORD NELSON/England Expects every Man to do his Duty'. On one side is a list of the British Fleet in the order that they came into action, '33 British vessels with 2288 Guns Beat the Combined Fleet of France and Spain, consisting of 43 Sail and 2970 Guns, in which action 19 were taken and one blown up by the superior skill and bravery of British Tars'.

On the other side of the jug is a battle plan showing ships marked with numbers which refer to the list (above). 'BATTLE OFF TREFALGAR [sic]', 'With Refferences Gained by the British Fleet under Adm Ld Nelson over the Combined Fleet of France and Spain on the 21 Octr 1805 in which action the intrepid Nelson fell covered with Glory and renown. Born Septr 29 1758 Died Oct 21 1805 Aged 48 years'. Laurel branches are shown below.
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  • Image reference: E5845

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