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The Royal Collection contains a significant body of work by women photographers

Queen Alexandra, consort of King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1844-1925)

Tea service applied with photographs taken by Queen Alexandra 1889-90

RCIN 5000063

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A tea service, made in 'Cauldon Ware' by the firm of Brown-Westhead, Moore & Co., and decorated with photographs taken by Alexandra, Princess of Wales. The china was supplied to the Princess by Mortlocks Ltd. from their 'Pottery Galleries' in London.

The service consists of: 24 teacups and saucers, 24 tea plates, 2 bread and butter plates, 1 slop basin, 2 sugar basins, 2 milk jugs, 2 cream jugs, 2 muffin dishes and covers, 2 teapots.