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Armorial Teapot and Stand #3762

A very fine Chinese Export porcelain teapot with its original hexagonal shaped and molded stand, made for the English market bearing the arms of Crichton impaling Freke with the motto “Stand Sure”. Very finely painted, the teapot 5″ tall, the stand 5″ in diameter, in excellent condition and dating to circa 1750.


Prince Nassau Tureen #3668

Armorial Tureen and Undertray

A very fine export armorial sauce tureen and matching undertray of great form made for the English Market bearing the Arms of Nassau, Earl of Rochfort – quarterly. Excellent condition. Undertray 7-1/2″ across, tureen and cover 6-1/4″ tall. Circa 1750.


Oliphant Armorials #3581

Oliphant Armorial

An elegant shaped dish and strap-handled milk jug made for the English market. Bearing the arms of Oliphant impaling Brown Circa 1800. Shaped dish, excellent condition , 10″ across. $700.Milk Jug, handle and footrim repaired, 6″ tall. $150.


Arms of Watts #3886

English Armorial Plates

Very Elegant Chinese Export Octagonal plates with finely molded basket weave borders surrounding a central arms of Watts impaling carter 9″ in diameter, very good condition, circa 1775. Illustrated in Howard, OAP Vol. I, page 595. $575.


Izod Armorial Plate #4043

Early Armorial Plate

A great example of Chinese Export armorial porcelain special-ordered for the English market, this plate is elegantly painted in famille rose enamels with peony branches on the rim surrounding a fantastical lozenge containing six leopard heads. From a service made for the IZOD family of gloucester shire. Circa 1730. Very good condition. Pictured in Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. I, p.237.


Armorial Teapot Stand #3763

An excellent Chinese Export porcelain teapot stand of octagonal, molded form, made for the English market and bearing the Arms of Frederick. Measuring 5-1/2″ across in very good condition with slight rubbing circa 1740.


Pair of Pignatelli Beaker Cups #4083

Rare Italian Armorials

A very unusual pair of shaped beaker cups in Chinese Export porcelain made for the Italian market bearing ducal arms for the Pignatelli family under a rocaillerie borders, these rare examples are in excellent condition and date to circa 1755. Prince Pignatelli was a close relation of Pope Innocent XII (elected Pope in 1691). See David Howard, Choice of the Private Trader pp 84-85.


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.