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Earthenware dish with moulded symbol of the Festival of Britain 1951. Decorated with all over green coloured glaze.
Aluminium commemorative medal celebrating the opening of Hanley Park and the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria, 1897
Plastic waterproof jacket from the National Garden Festival. Stoke-on-Trent, 1986.
Figure group depicting the death of Admiral Lord Nelson. Earthenware decorated in overglaze colours and gilding. It shows Nelson in the centre, supported on either side by his officers.
Figure depicting of Lady Sale. Earthenware with overglaze painted decoration and gilded inscription 'Lady Sale' on the base. Lady Sale depicted riding a horse in a blue dress and white coat and hat.
Figure depicting Sir Robert Sale. Earthenware with overglaze painted decoration and gilded inscription 'Sir R Sale' to the base. Sir Robert is depicted riding a horse and is in full military dress.
Commemorative stone and sand. Commemorating the evacuation of the Allied Troops from De Panne, May-June, 1940. This stone is from the original block used for the De Panne Memorial and is mounted on...
Giant earthenware jug decorated with nine different multicolour underglaze floral prints. Bears royal coat of arms in the centre below the spout and bears the inscription '29th May 1856'. Commemora...