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HO81: Antiques and Collectables

A Chinese Armorial Part Dinner Service

Auction Lot HO81/21

A Chinese armorial part dinner service painted in famille rose/verte enamels, iron red and gilt with the arms of Fortescue impaling Dormer with the crest of Fortescue above, all within foliate borders and vignettes of flowers and precious objects, Yongzheng, circa 1723; comprising eighteen dishes from 23cm - 32cm diam [significant losses and damage]. * See David Sanctuary Howard 'Chinese Armorial Porcelain' page 198. This service was produced for John Fortescue Acland of Knolls Hill, Stableford Abbots, Essex, later 1st Lord Fortescue of Creden, Co.Waterford, Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland. He married his second wife Elizabeth in 1721 and died in 1746.

A Chinese Armorial Part Dinner Service (HO81/21) offered in our Antiques and Collectables Sale starting on 10th December 2013 at our salerooms in Honiton, Devon.

Lot Description

A Chinese armorial part dinner service painted in famille rose/verte enamels, iron red and gilt with the arms of Fortescue impaling Dormer with the crest of Fortescue above, all within foliate borders and vignettes of flowers and precious objects, Yongzheng, circa 1723; comprising eighteen dishes from 23cm - 32cm diam [significant losses and damage]. * See David Sanctuary Howard 'Chinese Armorial Porcelain' page 198. This service was produced for John Fortescue Acland of Knolls Hill, Stableford Abbots, Essex, later 1st Lord Fortescue of Creden, Co.Waterford, Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland. He married his second wife Elizabeth in 1721 and died in 1746.

The Castle Hill Attic Sale Collection

This item is part of a 116 lot collection being sold at auction through Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood.

The Castle Hill Attic Sale Collection consists of more than 100 lots being offered on the instructions of The Earl and Countess of Arran from the attics of their home at Castle Hill, near Filleigh, in North Devon.

More Details

Price Realised

£780

Department

Ceramics and Glass

Sale Information

HO81: Antiques and Collectables
Tuesday, 10th December 2013
Dowell Street, Honiton

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