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Picture No 10499603
Date 1863
Description Royal wedding 1863 - a cake of colossal proportions
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One of the royal bridal cakes prepared by Mr. Bolland of Chester, which stood at nearly five feet high. All three tiers were ornately decorated, and surmounted by a temple embedded with orange blossom and silver leaves. The crowning glory is cupid supporting the Prince's coronet and a plume of ostrich feathers.
Source Illustration in The Illustrated London News, 11th April 1863, page 418.
Credit Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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Mary Evans Picture No 10499603 - One of the royal bridal cakes prepared by  Mr. Bolland of Chester, which stood at nearly five feet high. All three tiers were ornately decorated, and surmounted by a temple embedded with orange blossom and silver leaves. The crowning glory is cupid supporting the Prince's coronet  and a plume of ostrich feathers.

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