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Dishes (England), ca. 1835

This is a Dishes. It was manufactured by J. Ridgway. It is dated ca. 1835 and we acquired it in 1962. Its medium is porcelain, overglaze enameling and gilding. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

This object was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Reeves. It is credited Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Reeves.

  • Sextant And Case (England), ca. 1865
  • sextant: brass, silver, glass; case: mahogany, brass, felt.
  • Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History, 1980.0318.03.
  • 14.2012.23

Its dimensions are

H x W x D: 12.3 x 25.8 x 21 cm (4 13/16 x 10 3/16 x 8 1/4 in.)

It has the following markings

On underside: -3b) Transfer printed magenta-colored mark of Royal Arms in oval surround with words (unclear), "D/MONI/SOIT/QUI/MAL/Y/PEWS;" crown above, lion on left, unicorn on right; supporting these are foliage and curling ribbon with words, "DIEU ET/JR/MON ORIT."

Cite this object as

Dishes (England), ca. 1835; Manufactured by J. Ridgway ; porcelain, overglaze enameling and gilding; H x W x D: 12.3 x 25.8 x 21 cm (4 13/16 x 10 3/16 x 8 1/4 in.); Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Reeves; 1962-155-3-a,b

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