WW1 Red Cross invalid feeder cup; Maw & Co; c. 1914; CR1980.150

Name/Title

WW1 Red Cross invalid feeder cup

About this object

World War 1 Red Cross Invalid feeder cup. Has a handle on left side with a spout at right angles to handle. The top half of the cup is covered to prevent spillage when drinking. The cover is edged in gold with a red cross in a circle painted on it. The spout has three gold stripes and the handle one gold stripe.

Maker

Maw & Co

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

c. 1914

Place Made

United Kingdom, Shropshire

Medium and Materials

Ceramic, china-clay

Inscription and Marks

MAW
Red Cross logo

Measurements

Cup Dia 90mm X H 60mm. Spout H 90mm

Subject and Association Keywords

World War I

Subject and Association Keywords

Drinking vessels

Subject and Association Keywords

Medical & health

Subject and Association Keywords

Military

Credit Line

From the Collection of the Cromwell Museum

Object Type

Drinking vessel

Object number

CR1980.150

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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