Set of 3 19th century Royal Worcester Porcelain Works (Henry Greene) armorial dinner plates

Set of 3 19th century Royal Worcester Porcelain Works (Henry Greene) armorial dinner plates, each painted with the coat of arms of the City of London, 26cm diameter.

Maker's mark on back of each: "Henry Greene, 16 & 17 King William St, 138 Regent St & Brighton".

The Latin motto of the City of London is "Domine Dirige Nos", which translates as "Lord, direct (guide) us".

Size: diameter 26 cm.

Combined weight: 2 kg (allow 3.5 kg volumetric weight once packed).

Good condition.

Lovely plates.

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£75.00

1 in stock

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