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DeWitt Clinton Dinner Plates #3882

Plates from the DeWitt Clinton Service

From one of the most striking services made for the American market, these 10″ plates are richly enameled with river scenes within borders of floating Immortals. From a service made for DeWitt Clinton the New York governor who over saw the opening of the Erie Canal. Excellent condition. Circa 1796. See a Christies’ lot with provenance.


American Watson Service #3889

American Market Part Dinner Service

A very fine example of Chinese Export porcelain made for the American Market, this part service decorated in overglaze blue and gilding bearing a swagged shield with the initials ‘JMW’ for James Watson (1750-1806). A Yale graduate, a second Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War, Watson went on to become a very wealthy New York merchant and Senator. Examples of this service reside at the New York Historical Society. Butter tub and saucer tureen available. Very good condition; pieces priced individually. Circa 1800.


Spooner Soups #4074

Pair of Spooner Family Soup Plates

From a service made for Capt. Daniel Nicholson Spooner (June 18,1819 – August 28), a partner in the extremely successful China rading concern of Russell and Company in Boston between 1843-1845 and 1852-1857. The Spooner family has new England roots that date back to the 17th century; the Spooner house still stands in Plymouth, MA and is part of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society.