An attractive pair of Chinese export porcelain 10″ soup plates and 3 1/2″pot-de-creme in the Green Fitzhugh pattern, each centered with a gilded letter S, from a service made for the SPOONER family of Plymouth, Massachusetts, most likely Captain Nathaniel Spooner (1758-1826).  The family has a long history in Plymouth and their home still stands as a house museum. The initial on the plates slightly worn, although they could easily be re-touched, otherwise plates as well as the pot-de-creme in good condition.  Early 19th century. The soup plates $350.00 each; the pot-de-creme $550.00.