Cup and saucer, "Maori Art" ware
Royal Doulton Ltd
Bone china straight-side cup and saucer, white ground with red and black Maori rafter (kowhaiwhai) pattern and gilded rims. Design adapted by Augustus Hamilton from traditional sources and range produced by Royal Doulton from 1908 to late 1920s.
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Dimensions (Dia x Thickness): 132 x 20mm
Marks/Inscriptions: Royal Doulton/Maori Art/Rd.No.537842/England; Type of mark: Manufacturer's name and pattern/model; Method: Printed; Notes: under base, in black - special backstamp. Design registered 1908-9
Marks/Inscriptions: Royal Doulton/England around 4 interlocked Ds, surmounted by Lion above a crown; Type of mark: Maker's Mark; Method: Printed; Notes: under base; green; mark B7 in use 1902-22.
Marks/Inscriptions: E4988; Type of mark: Model number; Method: Painted; Notes: Code E for bone china; pattern number for shape.
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