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Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria and His Royal Highness Prince Albert Married Feby 10th 1840

by S. Bradshaw, after Frank Topham
stipple engraving, circa 1840
11 1/2 in. x 8 1/2 in. (291 mm x 216 mm) paper size
Purchased, 1902
NPG D20923

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12 April 2018, 14:26

This print appears to have been the basis for a transfer-printed and enamel-painted version which occurs on white bone china of c. 1840, for example, a cup and saucer, also decorated with pink lustre, in the Fitzwilliam Museum (C.33 & A-1928). It was also used on milk or cream jugs, see Pinterest. The Fitz's cup and saucer is not marked, and lustreware rarely has marks, but if you have seen the print on earthenware or bone china with a factory mark, please contact the Dept. of Applied Art, Fitzwilliam Museum [email protected]

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