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Saucer used on HMY 'Victoria and Albert' (1899)
Saucer, part of a service made for HMY 'Victoria and Albert' (1899) and used in the wardroom. The saucer is made of porcelain and is painted with blue scrolling foliage decorated with gilding. A blue garter badge in the centre with a king's crown above, is inscribed 'THE ROYAL YACHT'. The maker's name is printed on the base.
W.T. Copeland & Sons Ltd.
- Image reference: E6155
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London