Doulton Lambeth Pottery 3 handled Tyg Antique c1900
This 3 handled pottery cup or Tyg was made in the Doulton Studios and dates to around 1890-1910. Although the monogram is faint it looks to have been made by Ethel Beard. It reads: "Honour to the Brave, Freedom to the Slave, Success to the Lover".
Please see images, but has a repaired crack or break that runs from the rim to the base of one of the handles. Even so it is a very nice looking piece.
Dimensions: height 15cm or 5.9 inches; diameter of rim 11.7cm or 4.6 inches
Weight: 995gr 640dwt
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