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Rare Pair of Chinese Armorial Plates
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Description
circa 1750, with scenes of Whampoa and Plymouth Sound, central lobed cartouche with view of Fort St. George at Madras, arms of Pole in border, 9 in.,. Condition: one with repaired damage at crest in border, some wear to gilding, various anomalies as made. Notes: From a service made for Charles, fourth son of Samuel Pole of Radbourne in Derbyshire (1695-1769). He was MP for Liverpool. The crest -- falcon rising charged with a martlet -- indicates the fourth son. See David S. Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, v. II, p. 335.. Provenance: Sothebys, New York, November 2000; Private Savannah, Georgia Collection
Condition
one with repaired damage at crest in border, some wear to gilding, various anomalies as made
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Rare Pair of Chinese Armorial Plates

Estimate $800 - $1,200
Jan 28, 2017
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Starting Price $400
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0289: Rare Pair of Chinese Armorial Plates

Sold for $1,500
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Est. $800 - $1,200Starting Price $400
Day 2: American & European Decorative Arts
Jan 28, 2017 9:00 AM EST
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Lot 0289 Details

Description
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circa 1750, with scenes of Whampoa and Plymouth Sound, central lobed cartouche with view of Fort St. George at Madras, arms of Pole in border, 9 in.,. Condition: one with repaired damage at crest in border, some wear to gilding, various anomalies as made. Notes: From a service made for Charles, fourth son of Samuel Pole of Radbourne in Derbyshire (1695-1769). He was MP for Liverpool. The crest -- falcon rising charged with a martlet -- indicates the fourth son. See David S. Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, v. II, p. 335.. Provenance: Sothebys, New York, November 2000; Private Savannah, Georgia Collection
Condition
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one with repaired damage at crest in border, some wear to gilding, various anomalies as made

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