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Pair of Mugs

circa 1761-1762

Worcester porcelain factory (Worcestershire, England, 1751 - 2009)

These finely detailed prints of Queen Charlotte and King George III are attributed to Robert Hancock,
who adapted them from engravings by James McArdell (circa 1729–1765) after paintings by Jeremiah
Meyer (1735–1789). The lilac color is unusual, as black and red are more common enamel colors for
18th-century transfer-printing.

Place object was created: Worcester, England

soft paste porcelain, enamel paint

Measurements:    diameter: 4 inches    height: 3.50 inches

Gift of the Delhom Service League in memory of M. Mellanay Delhom 2010.23.1-2

Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH