Product images of Serving dish
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Manufactured in the UK
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Serving dish, a fluted shape with a wavy edge. The dish has a cerise rim and is printed with a crescent and star above a scroll with the vessel's name in Arabic script. It was used on 'HMS Agincourt' ex-Turkish 'Sultan Osman I', ex-Brazilian 'Rio De Janeiro'. The vessel was seized by the British in 1914. The maker's name is printed on the base.
R. H. & S. L. Plant Ltd.
- Image reference: E6157
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London