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"Unique Armiger's Dinner Service"

Heraldic Porcelain of London is pleased to announce the completion of a unique heraldic dinner service. Commissioned by a distinguished North American armiger, the armorial bearings were designed by Tim Duke, Chester Herald at the College of Arms in London and painted by the noted heraldic painter Tim Noad. The dinner service displays seven different combinations of the full heraldic achievement, including the shield and motto, badges and emblems in different combinations. The detail and complexity of this service is highly unusual, and portrays heraldic creativity and artistry at its best. The result is one of the most interesting heraldic ensembles committed to fine porcelain for many years.

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CHARGER

Badges on right and left shoulder, gold line on outside of shoulder and blue line on inside, following the colours of the badges.

DINNER PLATE

Regency Pattern, showing the full heraldic achievement.

DESSERT PLATE

Showing the shield with motto in the centre, and floral device on top border.

SIDE PLATE

Showing the crest in the centre.

OCTAGONAL SERVING PLATE

Showing the full achievement in the centre.

OVAL SERVING PLATE

Full Achievement in the centre, with badges on right and left shoulders, and floral device on top and bottom shoulders.

COMPOTE

Showing full achievement on each side.

TEA CUP AND SAUCER

Showing crest within a cartouche.

CANDLESTICKS

Using the crest in the centre, and alternate badges on front and rear of the bases.


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