Enameled porcelain drainer, decorated with... - Lot 250 - Lynda Trouvé

Lot 250
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Enameled porcelain drainer, decorated with... - Lot 250 - Lynda Trouvé
Enameled porcelain drainer, decorated with bouquets and coat of arms in the center and floral garland around the edge. China, Compagnie des Indes, 18th century. Length : 32,5 cm. (Missing its dish). A large porcelain dish with enamelled decoration in grisaille for the central part, composed of a lake village landscape with a medallion of the coat of arms of the Elwick (or Ellick) of Middlesex. Wing decorated with four medallions of pagodas in lakescapes, on a background of flowered cells. China for export, late Qing period. Diameter : 41 cm. This service was commissioned by John Elwick of Mile End and Cornhill, director of the East India Company from 1713 to 1720. Bibliography : David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain.
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