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Royal Doulton The Pharaoh D7028

Royal Doulton The Pharaoh D7028

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Overview

  • Vintage item
  • Materials: Royal Doulton, D7028, The Pharaoh, Flambe series
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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Royal Doulton -- The Pharaoh -- D7028 --

with certificate of authenticity number 208 of 1500, corresponds with backstamp also.

This was the last flambe character jug to be produced by Royal Doulton at Stoke. The jug was issued by Lawleys By Post in 1996 in a limited edition of 1,500.


Designer - Robert I. Tabbenor

Size -- Large


Colourway - Flambe

Series - Flambe

This has no chips, cracks or been restored in any way.
Royal Doulton -- The Pharaoh -- D7028 --

with certificate of authenticity number 208 of 1500, corresponds with backstamp also.

This was the last flambe character jug to be produced by Royal Doulton at Stoke. The jug was issued by Lawleys By Post in 1996 in a limited edition of 1,500.


Designer - Robert I. Tabbenor

Size -- Large


Colourway - Flambe

Series - Flambe

This has no chips, cracks or been restored in any way.

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