George V Silver Enamel & Operculum Shell Plate 'Foxhounds' Signed Albert Shuck Royal Worcester

Sanders & Mackenzie, Birmingham 1932
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A fine quality early 20th century small silver Plate embellished with mounted operculum shells to the rim, a central hand painted enamel plaque depicting Foxhounds in full cry, signed by Albert Shuck, Royal Worcester porcelain painter.

By Sanders & MacKenzie, Birmingham, 1932

Sold - £795.00

Condition
In fine condition with no damage or repair
Dimensions
DIA
155mm (6.10 inches)
Weight
219.00 Grams (7.04 troy ounces)
Country
England
Stock Code
TRS061016B
Medium
Silver & Shell
Literature
Albert Shuck
Born in 1880 Albert Shuck painted fruit and flowers at Royal Worcester throughout the 1920s. He was regarded as a very shy and reserved man and his workmates knew very little about him.