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A Group of Chinese export armorial wares, second half 18th century
comprising: a teapot and cover painted with the arms of Killingbeck; a small saucer with the arms of Pigot; an octagonal berry dish with the arms of Wilkinson; a saucer with the arms of Dalling; a small cream jug with gilt ciphers RW and TS; a saucer with the arms of Dalyell of the Binns; a chamfered octagonal platter with the arms of Grienson; an octagonal berry dish with the arms of Spayne, a teabowl and two saucers with the arms of New York state and initialed MAJC in the central shield, 12 pieces
length of platter 11 3/8 in.; 28.9 cm
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Provenance

Killingbeck: 
Sotheby's London, October 1964 (probably)
Sotheby's New York, January 24, 1990, lot 420
Pigot, small cream jug, Dalling, Wilkinson:
Sotheby's New York, January 27, 1988, lot 459 (part lot)
Dalyell of the Binns:
Sotheby's New York, January 27, 1988, lot 431 (part lot)
New York state teabowl and saucers:
Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, February 3, 1979, lot 969 (only 1 set of teabowl and saucer illustrated, part lot) 
Christie's New York, January 24, 1997, lot 231 (part lot)

Literature

Killingbeck: 
Described in David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. I, London, 1974, p. 839, and later illustrated in David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, Chippenham, 2003, p. 404, where the author mentions that the present teapot was probably sold at Sotheby's London, October 27, 1964.

Catalogue Note

For the arms in this lot see David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. I, London, 1974, p. 251, E11 (Pigot); p. 600, R11 (Wilkinson); p. 683, U4 (Dalling); p.629, S6 (Dalyell of the Binns); p. 637, S10 (Grienson); p. 568, Q8 (Spayne).

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