See Régine de Plinval de Guillebon, Porcelaine of Paris, New York, 1972, fig. 80 p. 190 for an illustration of the central form on the Honoré display from Exposition de l'industrie française, année, 1844. The contemporary account by Jules Burat comments that in comparison with the pieces exhibited by Sèvres, including an 'improbable' jardinière which some claimed 'would have been suitable for supporting not a few flowers, but the gardens of Queen Semiramis herself.', 'the pieces by Honoré retain their simplicity'.
See David Sanctuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, London, 1974, Vol. I, p. 251, E11, for a Chinese Export plate circa 1740 with the arms of Umfreville impaling Weld. The Weld family were originally of Saxon descent and later of London, Eaton of Cheshire and Lulworth in Dorset.