Coming to England in the 17th century by way of Italy and France, the Punch and Judy puppet show features Punch, the hunchbacked boastful husband, who beats his shrew-like wife Judy. The colors on Punch's bat are occasionally reversed with no effect on the market value.">
 
Royal Doulton Teapot, Punch & Judy Teapot D7186 (Judy - blue dress with white collar; white trousers and hat; rusty brown boots; Punch- yellow jacket and hat trimmed with dark pink; dark pink trousers). Designed by Anthony Cartlidge. Series: ICC, issued 2003 in limited edition of 1,000. Size: 7.75"H (large)

Coming to England in the 17th century by way of Italy and France, the Punch and Judy puppet show features Punch, the hunchbacked boastful husband, who beats his shrew-like wife Judy. The colors on Punch's bat are occasionally reversed with no effect on the market value.

Royal Doulton Character Jug Punch & Judy Teapot D7186

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Punch and Judy D7186


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