Pair Worcester Armorial Porcelain Plates CHUTE? Coat Arms Crest
A superb pair of Royal Worcester porcelain plates. Dating to circa 1862-1875.
Vibrant old English green with bright gadrooned gold work rim. Armorial is probably that of the CHUTE family.
Measure approx 10 Inches wide. Retailed by H & J Gardner of 453 & 63 The Strand, London.
Handsome pair of Victorian plates, the green reminds me of the seating in the House of Commons, London. Green, associated with the Landed Gentry. Red being the colour of the Nobility.
Arms: Gules, three swords barways, the points towards the dexter proper, pomels and hilts or.
Crest: A dexter cubit arm in armour, the hand in a gauntlet grasping a broken sword, in bend sinister proper, pomel and hilt or.
Excellent condition, minor crazing to glaze.