Jug: Canterbury Jubilee Souvenir made by Royal Doulton

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One white jug made by Royal Doulton and commissioned by the department store D.I.C. of Christchurch as a souvenir of the Canterbury Jubilee in 1900. The main decoration is an illustration of the Christchurch Cathedral in gold with the words D.I.C. Souvenir 1900 on a banner underneath. On the sides are portraits of William Reece, 1900 (Mayor) and John Robert Godley, 1852. The handle and rim have gold details and a Doulton Burslem label is on the base.
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Provenance details
Purchased from John Newson, a retired antiques dealer in Wellington.
Circumference: 33cm (13")
Circumference: 27.7cm (10 7/8")
Dimensions (h x w): 175 x 135mm
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Marks and Inscriptions
Marks/Inscriptions: Doulton Burslem; Type of mark: Manufacturer's mark; Method: Stamped




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