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Plate used on RY 'Osborne' (1870)
Dessert plate, used on RY 'Osborne' (1870). It is made of white porcelain with blue foliage and gilding around the border. The edge is slightly indented. In the centre is a blue garter badge inscribed 'HER MAJESTY'S YACHT' with a queen's crown above. The maker's mark and impressed date letter are on the base.
W.T. Copeland & Sons Ltd.
- Image reference: E6393
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London