Rare antique Timothy Hackworth Railway Centenary Mug 1925


A  small, rare ceramic mug dating to 1925 inscribed for the Railway Centenary at Shildon 27th September 1825-1925. Images on the mug include the Shildon coat of arms with the Royal George locomotive of 1827 and a portrait of Timothy Hackworth 1786-1850, inventor of steam blast pipe, designer of the Royal George and the locomotive superintendent for the Stockton & Darlington Railway from 1825.



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Made for Arthur Robson the Furnisher of Shildon. The mug has a gilded rim (much worn) and handle. A small hairline crack internally and some crazing to the glaze as you’d expect at nearly 100 years old, but still holds liquids. Overall: 75 mm x 97 mm x 77 mm.

Why not pair up with a Hackworth coaster?



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