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King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929

King of Clubs stoneware ash tray modeled by Harry Simeon and produced by Royal Doulton of Lambeth, England, between 1924 and 1929. The King of Clubs is a full-figured King regally dressed in the finest robes and holding a sword that represents his intellect. He looks comfortable and self-assured - this King is a powerful leader with many looking up to him for advice. In early French playing card designs, the King of Clubs was originally Alexander the Great. The King of Clubs is part of a set along with the Queen of Spades, Jack of Hearts and Queen of Diamonds.

Maker:

Royal Doulton

England

1924-1929

Model #:

8639

Stoneware

Stoneware Playing Card Set

ash tray

Size:

medium

Height:

4"

King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
King of Clubs stoneware ash tray - Royal Doulton 1924-1929
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