Cup and saucer - ROM2006_6352_1


Cup and saucer

Maker: Unidentified maker
Geography: Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, China
Date: c. 1800-1810
5.1 (height) x 8.9 (diameter) cm
Object number: 962.193.16.A-B
Credit Line: Gift of the Sigmund Samuel Endowment Fund
Not on view

Mackenzie dinner service

The stag’s head crest on this service is the symbol of the clan Mackenzie. The original owner is sometimes identified as Sir Alexander Mackenzie (1764-1820), but research now suggests that it was his first cousin, Roderick Mackenzie. Both were partners in the Montreal-based North West Company. Roderick Mackenzie (c. 1761-1844) resided at Terrebonne, north of Montreal, where he had a large manor house. This dinner service originally had several hundred pieces, 29 of which are at the ROM.

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