Chamberlain’s Worcester plate, Imari with Unicorn crest for Charles Kemeys-Tynt, c.1825

$465.00 AUD

Chamberlain’s Worcester plate, the rim decorated with a wide Imari pattern, Ithe center well painted with a seated Unicorn crest, a ribbon above inscribed ‘DUW DY RAS’ (God thy Grace) for the Kemeys-Tynt family of Glamorgan, Wales.
Printed ‘Royal Arms; mark , CHAMBERLAINS WORCESTER / & 155 New Bond Street / London / Royal Porcelain Manufacturers.
Circa 1825

Condition: minor wear to gold

25.5cm

This would have belonged to Charles Kemeys-Tynte (1778–1860), an English politician who sat in the House of Lords 1820-1837, and was the member for Bridgwater 1832-37. He lived in Halsewell House, Somerset. Tynte Street in North Adelaide was named after him in 1837.

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