Prince Philip character jug created by Ted Elkins and Jan Doman, and designed by John Armstrong, and produced by Truscott Potteries of New Abbot, England, in a limited edition circa 1975. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (1921-2021), was the husband of Queen Elizabeth II. He was the consort of the British monarch from Elizabeth's accession until his death, making him the longest-serving royal consort in history. Philip joined the Royal Navy in 1939, serving with distinction in the British Mediterranean and Pacific fleets. He was a patron, president, or member of over 780 organizations including the Licensed Victuallers' National Homes. The Licensed Trade Charity was founded in England in 1793 by people from the trade and is devoted to looking after people from the licensed drinks trade, providing support when needed. It helps over 10,000 people each year and is proud to have helped hundreds of thousands of people over the past 200 plus years. In the early 1800s the charity began a project to house people from the trade who had fallen on hard times and began the Licensed Victuallers' National Homes. Those homes were later sold, and the charity currently retains a partner relationship with Anchor Housing allowing it to nominate people from the trade so that they are pushed up the queue and often housed very quickly.
LVNH Royal Year Toby Series