An extraordinary Chinese export armorial teabowl and saucer made for the Dutch market bearing the arms of Van Reverhorst. Not only is the quality exemplary, but the decoration is painstakingly meticulous; the Van Reverhorsts were obviously very proud of their social connections as there are no fewer than nine coats of arms painted in detail displaying all their ancestral connections. The teabowl measures 1 1/4″ tall, the saucer 3 3/4″ in diameter. Excellent condition. Circa 1745. Ex-K.R. Rizk Collection. See, Kroes, Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, page 316.
Armorial Platter and Strainer from the Van Schaick family
“Overglaze enamels and gilt; crest of the Van Schaick family from rococo arms of John Gerse Van Schaick’s bookplate; part of tea set of Gerrit Wessel Van Schaick (1758-1816) of Albany.” – Mudge pg. 220 – strainer 14″ wide – platter 17.5″.
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.