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Seton Armorial Compote #4113

A superb form, this Chinese Export armorial compote, almost certainly after an English form, bears the Arms of Seton, and is beautifully decorated with Mandarin scenes.  Dating to circa 1820, the piece is from one of four services ordered for the Seton family.  Our example was made for Sir John Henry Seton, 6th Baronet, Groom-in-Waiting to Queen Victoria and a veteran of the Peninsular War. Very good condition.  See Howard’s Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, page 674.

#4113

Snodgrass Soup Tureen #4084

Armorial Sauce Tureen

An excellent Chinese Export porcelain covered armorial Sauer tureen and stand made for the English market and bearing the Arms of Snodgrass. A great form with a lot of presence, is in very good condition, circa 1800. The service illustrated in David Howard’s Chinese Armorial Porcelain.

#4084

Armorial Tea Bowl and Saucer #3894

An elegant teabowl and saucer made for the English market bearing the unusually shaped square arms for Tailyour or Taylor, Circa 1765. Very good condition, see Howard CAP, Vol. II pg. 362.

#3894

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

Woodford Impaling Lear Charger SOLD#3918

Impressive Armorial Charger

A very fine and early Chinese Export armorial charger made for the English market. Bearing the very grand arms of Woodford Impaling Lear and measuring 15-5/8″ in diameter, this piece is in very good condition except for a small rim chip to the reverse. Circa 1720 See CAP Vol I .

#3918

Anhalt Platter #4088

Large Anhalt Platter

A stunning and important armorial platter with the arms of Anhalt Christian Auguste and Johanna Elizabeth parents of Catherine the Great of Russia. Formally in the Helena Woolworth McCann Collection and the Toledo Museum of Art. Circa 1750, 17″ across.

#4088