Coat of Arms Mug
The coat of arms used by George III, George IV and William IV features on this coffee mug, at the centre of the shield it features an inescutcheon of the arms of the King of Hanover. This was a title held by the Monarch of the United Kingdom from George III until the accession of Queen Victoria. The Hanoverian succession laws were based on Salic Law which prevented a female from inheriting the title if there was any surviving male heir and so the title passed to Queen Victoria’s uncle the Duke of Cumberland who became King Ernest Augustus.
On the reverse side are the words 'God Save The King' in 22 carat gold.
This mug is handmade in Stoke-on-Trent using techniques which have remained unchanged for over 250 years, since the Georgian period. English Fine Bone China is highly regarded for its whiteness and delicacy.
Not suitable for use in a dishwasher or microwave.
10 x 9 x 13 cm including handle.
Mug holds 350 ml.
Items must be returned with the sales invoice within 28 days of the purchase date. Due to hygiene reasons, pierced earrings and face coverings cannot be returned unless they are faulty.
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