Ceramics are one of the oldest forms of commemoratives, and have been used to celebrate occasions, people and places since the seventeenth century. They can range from tea services celebrating the coronation of a king or queen to miniatures bearing the crest of a tourist destination, from mugs caricaturing famous politicians to items bearing illustrations of a festival or exhibition.
The Museum of London has over 400 ceramic commemorative items.
|Royalty (1700 - 2000)|
|People (1700 - 2000)|
|Places (1700 - 2000)|
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