Product images of Mug depicting the taking of Porto Bello in 1739
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Mug depicting the taking of Porto Bello in 1739
A large stoneware tankard decorated in relief with an oval cartouche depicting the taking of Porto Bello in 1739; 'PORTO BELLO' in relief below. '1741' is incised beneath the cartouche. Trees and cottages are applied on either side of the tankard and there is a a stag hunting scene running around the bottom. The mug has a silver or Sheffield plate rim and a flared base. The colour is graduated from dark brown at the top to pale buff at the bottom.
- Image reference: E5655
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London