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A2364 Cup and saucer, commemorating the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, ceramic, by Chapman, England 1897. Click to enlarge.

Cup and saucer by Chapman

Made
Chapman cup and saucer, Jubilee of Queen Victoria, 1897, part of the Lennard Collection

Chapman Cup and Saucer; Jubilee of Queen Victoria (SB). Chapman cup and saucer, Victoria Jubilee 1897 (LC).

Summary

Object No.

A2364

Object Statement

Cup and saucer, commemorating the Jubilee of Queen Victoria, ceramic, by Chapman, England 1897

Physical Description

Chapman cup and saucer, Jubilee of Queen Victoria, 1897, part of the Lennard Collection

Chapman Cup and Saucer; Jubilee of Queen Victoria (SB). Chapman cup and saucer, Victoria Jubilee 1897 (LC).

Marks

Base of cup features Chapman logo and text "made in england".

Production

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mr and Mrs Thomas Handcock and Martha Lennard, 1921

Acquisition Date

1 June 1921

Cite this Object

Harvard

Cup and saucer by Chapman 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 November 2020, <https://ma.as/174854>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/174854 |title=Cup and saucer by Chapman |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=25 November 2020 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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