WWI European War Jug No Price Can Be Too High Pitcher Creamer Royal Albert
This is an extremely rare commemorative pitcher or jug made in 1914 at the end of the European War that is now known as WWI, World War I.
The porcelain jug or pitcher was made by Royal Albert Crown China, England and measures 4.4 inches high by 4 inches long by 3.5 in diameter.
The pitcher has the motto No Price Can Be To High When Honour And Freedom Are At Stake.
The front has the British shield and the flags of the allies, including Japan who became one of the main adversaries of WWII.
The flags of Belgium, France, Russia and Japan are represented.
The jug or pitcher is in very good condition with 1 tiny spout chip, gold trim loss, and a large old spider crack across the bottom.There was originally brushed gold trim, but much of it has been lost.
But these pieces are so rare and are so collectible it really doesn't matter.
A wonderful piece of history.
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