London, South Kensington
26 April 2001
Two Copeland stoneware blue and white plates
made for the ARCTIC EXPEDITION 1875, printed with a polar bear in before an Arctic landscape within a named roundel below an entwined rope border, the reverse named for the ships ALBERT and DISCOVERY, imressed marks, circa 1875 (some minor discolouration and tiny flat chips) -- 26cm. diam.
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