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An Early and Important Chinese Export Armorial Plate


circa 1745
crest and arms to be determined
Central European Subject Scene with fortification and river
two rim cartouches with detailed maritime scenes
no restoration, some firing smudges and a kiln stacking indentation
Provenance: Henry Moog Collection
$1500

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A Monogrammed Chinese Export Sauce Tureen and Stand Circa 1790
Qianlong, Qing dynasty

Blue opaque enamel and finely gilt from a European form possibly for the American market

Condition: excellent, wear to gilding consistent with age
Provenance: a Portuguese private collection
Initials JBP


#0911
$3800

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a Pair of Chinese Export Armorial Plates for the French Market Arms of Charles O'Brien, Lord Viscount of Clare, Count of Thomond

Circa 1750

the service ordered for the officer who rose rapidly in King Louis XV's army, knighted in 1747 in the order of St. Louis. Married in 1755 to Marie Genevieve Louise Gauthier de Chiffreville, daughter of the Marquise de Chiffreville. In 1757 he was promoted Marshall of France. Lit: Lebel: French and Swiss armorials D 9"

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$8500

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A Chinese Export Armorial Teapot for the Dutch Market arms of Fiers circa 1731

$7500

bright shades of turquoise, blue, pink, yellow, green and black highlighted with gilt the central medallion enclosing the coat of arms reserved on adiaper-pattern ground the domed cover with a gilt pointed knop and a deep interior rim. the arms attributed to Dutch sea captain Gerrit Fiers Commander of the Nieuwvheit. Three Fiers services are known, this is believed to be the first. Lit: Kroes: Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market p.160; Jorg: Porcelain and the Dutch China Trade p.22
cover may be a replacement from the same service
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A Chinese Export Armorial Plate, Arms of Grierson

$750

Circa 1780 Octagonal, the intricate polychrome border is embellished by aubergine flower festoons in the cavetto Howard's description chronicles the family from 1473 Prov: the Art Institute of Chicago; Helena Woolworth McCann; example of the service is also at the Met Museum, NYC D 9 1/2" Lit: Howard CAP Vol I p 637


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A Chinese Export Armorial Plate

$1550

Nicholls impaling Hodges circa 1750 the arms granted in 1588 scrolling border with shells and an inner spearhead border D 9" Lit: Howard CAP Vol I p 365


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A Chinese Export Porcelain Armorial Soup Plate

$2700

Circa 1775 A double border of vines and floral swags with pendants frames a superbly heavily enameled coat of arms with the family identified by Astigiueta. The armorial is Spanish, this, from a large service one small rim chip at 5:30

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A Chinese Export Armorial Soup Plate

$1850

Yongzheng circa 1720 Arms of Hart states the family of Lullingstone Castle, Kent, still the seat of the Hart-Dyke family. Lit: Howard CAP Vol I p. 223

An elegant accessory for the library, living room, or dining room.

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A Chinese Export Armorial Soup Plate

$900

Quinlong circa 1785 Arms of Montgomerie impaling Eglinton vividly framed by a blue Fitzhugh border Captain Alexander Montgomerie of the Hon. E. India Co commanded the Bessborough in 1781 and 178 The distinguished family represented in several services Lit: Howard CAP Vol II p. 512 several soups and dinner plates available please request conservation data


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A Chinese Export Porcelain Armorial Reticulated Basket

$3000

Quinlong circa 1785 arms of Montgomerie quartering Eglinton vividly and crisply framed by a blue Fitzhugh border. Capt. Alexander Montgomerie commanded the East Indianman Bessborough in 1787 and 1789. Lit: Howard CAP Vol II p 512 wear to gilding of handles 1" hairline to underside of rim


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A Pair of Chinese Export British Armorial Plates
Arms of Chomondeley

$4400

Circa 1715 from a service possibly made for an ancestral cousin, Seymour, of the Marquess of Cholmondeley. His cousin, Charles, married Essex daughter of Thomas Pitt in1714. The demi griffin dominates the rim with Dragons, symbols of the Emperor, finely drawn surrounding rims; Lit: Howard: Chinese Export Porcelain Vol I p. 216 Illus; Bullivant Collection.

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A Pair of Chinese Export Armorial Platters

$16,000

Circa 1780 Among many references to the Bootles, Howard notes their landed proprietorship dates from 1317. The original service, 1730, was made of Sir Thomas Bootle, Chancellor to Frederick, Prince of Wales. Bootle's brother, Robert, was a Director of the East India Company and commanded two East Indianmen. His son, Matthes, captained a voyage to Canton in 1745. The replacement service was likely made for Mary Bootle , married to Richard Wilbraham of Rode Hall. Illus: Beverly M DuBose III Collection; Hodroff Collection; David McAlpine Collection Lit: Howard CAP Vol II pp 14, 182


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A Chinese Export Armorial Platter impaling Eglinton

$3850

Circa 1785 arms boldly framed by blue Fitzhugh border service made for Captain Alexander Montgomerie of the Hon East India Company who commanded the Bessborough in 1789 and 1787 The distinguished family is represented in several services some relating to the Earl of Eglinton According to one Montgomery clansman, American Montgomeries have the best claim to the heraldry! Lit: Howard CAP Vol II loss of gilding to rim rim frit at 5 o'clock to reverse very tiny firing flaws in well huge presence

Loss of gilding


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A Pair of Chinese Export Sauceboats and Stands

$3600

Arms of D'Aguilar impaling Lusada
circa 1785 per Howard, the arms granted in 1756 to Diego de Aguilar a Baron of trhe Holy Roman Empire. Both familes were wealthy sugar planters in Jamaica, the Ludada being of Sephardic Jewish descent. Two other services are known. L 7 1/2" L 7 3/4" the stands Lit: Howard Chinese Armorial Porcelain Vol. II p. 483

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