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Armorial Holborne Plate #3644

Armorial Plate Bearing the Arms of Holborne

This rare armorial bears images of Portsmith on one side and the Pearl river on the other. In between these two is what was then called Madras. $2,850.

#3644

Certon Armorial Cups and Saucers #4087

Armorial Cups and Saucers

A very well painted Chinese Export porcelain pair of handled cups and saucers made for the Dutch market. Bearing the Arms of Certon with ornnate rims of rococo shell, scroll and foliate motifs. Circa 1760, very good condition, the cup 3″ tall, the saucer is 5-1/4″ in diameter. Illustrated in Dr. Joachem Kroes’ Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market pp 338-339.

#4087

Group of Tower Armorials #3902 1 remaining

Tower Armorials

Most likely made for Thomas, of Weald Hall, Essex Trustee for the Colony of Georgia. One of three services made for this family. Yongzheng, Circa 1730. See CAP vol. I – pg. 170 – 8-7/8 inches in diameter. Cup and saucer sold.

#3902