Elegant Pair of SETON Armorial Leaf-Form Dishes #7398c

A beautiful form, this pair of Chinese export porcelain leaf-form armorial dishes is decorated in the striking Orange Fitzhugh pattern and is centered with the Arms of Seton quartering Hay. One of four services made for this prominent family of East India merchants-Sir Alexander Seton and three of his sons all being “Company men”. Illustrated and discussed in Howard’s Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, page 541. Very good condition with only gilding wear to the stem of one. 7″ long. Circa 1810.

Pair of Sepia Fitzhugh 7 1/2″ Plates #7413

 

A charming pair of Chinese export porcelain 7 1/2″ plates decorated in the Sepia Fitzhugh pattern, meticulously hand-painted with a unusual floral sprigs within the central medallion. Very good condition with an Elinor Gordon provenance. Circa 1800-1820.

 

Pair of American Market Green Fitzhugh Soup Plates

A handsome pair of Chinese export porcelain 9″ soup plates decorated in a brilliant Green Fitzhugh pattern, each centered with a gilded S, from a service made for the Spooner family of Plymouth, a prominent family whose 18th century house still stands today as a museum. Very good condition. Early 19th century.

 

Great Raspberry Fitzhugh Plate #7402

A richly beautiful Chinese export porcelain plate decorated in the rare Raspberry Fitzhugh pattern with a gilded central landscape roundel and scrolling vine band within the cavetto. The classic Fitzhugh pattern developed seven different basic colors, and color combinations, some of them rarer than others, Raspberry being one of the rarer more sought-after shades as there were only a few services made with this enameling. Measuring 9 1/2″ in diameter and in very good condition, with a Henry Moog provenance and dating to circa 1800.

RARE Yellow Fitzhugh 8 1/2″ Plate SOLD

A very rare Chinese export porcelain 8 1/2″ plate hand-painted in the rare and sought-after Yellow Fitzhugh pattern. Since its creation around 1785, the Fitzhugh pattern was produced in a variety of colors, and combinations of colors, and yellow seems to have been one of the more rarely created colors due to its difficulty in firing. This fine example, with only rim frits filled, is from the  Hodroff Collection. 19th century.     $6500.

Rare Form Orange Fitzhugh Warming Dish #7300

Always a pleasing and popular pattern, this Chinese export porcelain Orange Fitzhugh covered warming dish is an especially interesting form as it has an interior serving dish divided into two compartments. Nicely painted, and from a bespoke service with monogram roundels inscribed with the initial B, this rare form is in good condition other than a small bit of enamel wear and some glaze losses to the interior dish divider. Measuring 10 1/2 in diameter x 5″ tall. Circa 1820.

Very Fine Raspberry Fitzhugh 7 1/2″ Plate #7306

A particularly fine example of a rather rare pattern, this fine Chinese export porcelain 7 1/2″ plate is hand-painted in the very desirable Raspberry Fitzhugh design, centered with a gilded landscape roundel and cavetto vine border. Fitzhugh was produced in only seven colors and this is one of the rarer renderings of this design. Very good condition. Circa 1800.

Handsome Blue Fitzhugh Compote #7258c

A very fine Chinese export porcelain shaped compote decorated in the Blue Fitzhugh pattern, the handsome and elegant form taken from  European forms of the period. 4 1/2″ x 12′ x 9″. Very good condition. Circa 1800-1820.

 

Two Fine Small Blue Fitzhugh Platters #7241c,

Two lovely examples of Chinese export porcelain in the Blue Fitzhugh pattern. The small oval platter one measuring 7 1/4 x 10 1/8″, the more rectangular form oval measuring 7 7/8″ x 9 7/8″. Both in very good condition and dating to circa 1800-1820. Priced individually at $450.00.