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St. Paul's Cathedral: GPL.210-1928
St. Paul's Cathedral
Bates, Elliot & Co.
Bates, Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co.
White earthenware, moulded and decorated underglaze with a multicolour transfer print. Circular. On top of lid 'St. Paul's Cathedral', inscribed 'ST. PAULS CATHEDRAL'; border Fig. VIII a. (Williams-Wood, p. 103) brown key plate.
Dr J.W.L. Glaisher Bequest
Measurements and weight
Diameter: 10.3 cm
Acquisition and important dates
Method of acquisition: Bequeathed
Glaisher, J. W. L., Dr
Mid-late 19th Century
Perhaps Bates, Elliot & Co.
School or Style
Components of the work
Materials used in production
Techniques used in production
Moulding : White earthenware, moulded and decorated underglaze with a multicolour transfer print, brown key plate
Inscription or legends present
Method of creation: Inscribed
Text: ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
Location: On top of pot-lid
Method of creation: Printed
References and bibliographic entries
Accession number: GPL.210-1928
Primary reference Number: 14914
Created: Saturday 6 August 2011
Updated: Friday 15 January 2021
Last processed: Sunday 21 March 2021
Associated departments & institutions
Owner or interested party:
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Applied Arts
Citation for print
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The Fitzwilliam Museum (2022)
"St. Paul's Cathedral"
Web page available at: https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/object/14914 Accessed: 2022-06-28 08:17:32
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