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Lot 530Sunday 09 Feb, 2020 - 11.00am
A Chinese Export Armorial Porcelain Tea Pot and Cover, Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period - circa 1745, painted in coloured enamels and gilt with the arms of Saunders to both sides, within en grisaille borders and with conforming decoration to domed cover, 5ins (127mm) high
Note: The arms are illustrated in "Chinese Armorial Porcelain" by D. S. Howard, published 1972, Volume 1, Page 349
Provenance: The Crisp Collection recorded in 1907 catalogue, one of two tea pots and a stand (Nos. 827-829), sold in 1923 as part tea service for 17 Guineas - The Du Boulay Family Collection, and subsequently The Canterbury Auction Galleries - Auction 22nd May 2012, lot 98