Pair Armorial Porcelain Plates WINCHESTER Master of Cutlers LORD MAYOR London
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1835
WEIGHT: 16.08 troy ounces (17.64 ounces or 500.00 grams)
Here is a superb pair of English armorial porcelain plates made for HENRY WINCHESTER Lord MAYOR OF LONDON. Perfect for any discerning collection. Don't miss this rare opportunity. Many thanks. Please see my other fine porcelain.
Henry Winchester(1777-1838) was an Alderman ,Sheriff of London then Lord Mayor of London. He was Master of the Worshipful Company of Cutlers, and you can see them pictured in his arms. He married Elizabeth Ayerst and lived in Oakfield Lodge, Hawkhurst, Kent , as well as apartments in London.
In front of a cross crosslet fitched or, a lion passant az., the dexter fore-paw supporting a mascle gu., and pendent from the mouth a double chain of the first.
Date: Circa 1835.
Dimensions: Approx 9.5 Inches across.
Condition: Perfect condition.
Minor wear. Please see pictures.
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