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Royal Doulton Kingsware Charles Crombie Golfers ale jug

Product Description
Royal Doulton Kingsware Charles Crombie Golfers ale jug

c.1930

Approx 23cms (9") tall
Approx 10cms (4") diameter at rim
Approx 18cms (7") spout to handle

In excellent condition
GUARANTEED free from damage and repair

About Charles Crombie
Charles Exeter Devereux Crombie (30 April 1880 – 1967) was an editorial cartoonist.

Crombie was the third son of Scots architect James Crombie and his wife Bridget Philadelphia Vince. Born at Dumfries, Scotland, Charles grew up in the 1880s and 1890s in Lambeth, Surrey, his father being partner in the London architectural practice Byrne & Crombie. By 1901 Charles Crombie was working as a sculptor and artist, from his family home at 25 Rumsey Road, Lambeth.

Charles Crombie specialised in cartoons and publication illustrations. His collection of humorous postcard cartoons "The Rules of Golf" was published by Perrier in 1906, and rapidly became a best-selling series. Other similar sporting themes (including "The Rules of Cricket") followed with equal commercial success.
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