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Admiral Lord Nelson Wine Cooler, 1815
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Admiral Lord Nelson Wine Cooler, 1815

Measurements: Height: 26cm (10.25in)

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Caneware (a tan unglazed stoneware first developed by Josiah Wedgewood in 1770). Of cylindrical form with bound reeded rim, the body moulded to the obverse with a half length relief of Admiral Lord Nelson, facing slightly to left, in Vice-Admiral’s uniform, against a background of acorns and oak leaves; the reverse moulded with naval devices including a ship, flags, oak leaves and acorns. Fitted to the sides with stylised dolphin head handles. The base impressed with the anchor mark of the Davenport factory at Longport, Staffordshire.
 

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