Chinese export armorial plate made for the English Market bearing a large central arms of Heathcote impaling Parker, quartering Venables and Carrier. Measuring 9″ in diameter, and in very good condition. Illustrated in Howard, Vol. I, Page 217.
An especially fine Chinese Export armorial plate made for the English market bearing the rather resplendent arms of Clifford of Chudleigh. Excellent condition, 9″ diameter, one of three services ordered for the Cliffords; See Chinese Armorial Porcelain , Vol I, p. 298.
Circa 1767 of shaped form, made from the marriage of Arnoldus Adrianus van Tets and Wilhelmuna Jacoba Hartingh, a family very active in the V.O.C. 11-1/4″ diameter. Both in very good condition with exuberant rococo armorial.