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English Regency Soup Tureen, Ca. 1840 Probably Worcester

England Ca. 1840

A striking soup tureen with under plate most likely made at Worcester in the Flight, Barr and Barr period. It has an heraldic symbol with a motto “Vi Et Virtute” or loosely, strength and valor.

Price

SOLD

Condition

Excellent condition. Minor gold rubbing and a single flake on the underside edge of the under plate.

Measurements

11.5 H, 12" L

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