A collection of early Royal Commemorative wares, comprising ...





A collection of early Royal Commemorative wares, comprising a Stone China William IV coronation mug, depicting 'William the Fourth, King of Great Britain', 'Coronation of King William the Fourth', and 'Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Adelaide', three magenta transfers, moulded handle and blue rim, 7cm high, a Regency Staffordshire china christening mug with moulded pale blue laurel wreath border and three applied figural mouldings, painted 'Robert Roberts 1825', 7.4cm high, an early 19th century pearlware pottery mug, with moulded gadrooned foot and rim, printed in black on pink lustre with a named and dated portrait of King William IV, the reverse with a crown inscribed 'Reform, Long Live the King', black printed mark to base 'C&R', 8.2cm high, a Regency pearlware dish with blue and white transfer depicting 'Her Majesty Caroline Queen of England', moulded rim, a/f cracked and repaired, 17cm, a Victoria Jubilee 1897 mug, 8cm high, and a George VI Coronation 1937 mug, 8.8cm high. (6)

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All in fair condition excepting the dish which is cracked and repaired. All mugs have no major damage but do have some small chips, crackleuere to the glazes, wear and scratches.

Auction Date: 1st May 2021 at 10am

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Sale Dates:
1st May 2021 10am (Lots 1 to 242)