A handsome Chinese export porcelain 12″ charger made for the Dutch market bearing the Arms of Van Idzinger, part of a once very extensive service ordered from a member of the Van Idzinger family working for the Dutch East India Company (of which there were several). Part of the service was acquired by New York Governor and ardent collector, Nelson Rockefeller and was purportedly used by the family for their ‘everyday’ dishes! Illustrated and extensively discussed in Jochem Kroe’s Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, page 482-483.  Measuring 11″ in diameter, very good condition, and dating to circa 1790s. Ex-Elinor Gordon Collection. Circa 1785-1795.