• Lot 209

    An armorial 'Reverhorst' saucer and a group of armorial porcelain

    THE FIRST 1745, AND 18TH CENTURY

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    An armorial 'Reverhorst' saucer and a group of armorial porcelain
    The first 1745, and 18th Century
    The saucer painted with the coat-of arms of van Reverhorst with coronet and crest, surrounded by smaller arms of the families van Reverhorst, de Winter, Vereyck and de Bruyn to the left, and Schrevelius, Peenen, Groenedijk and de Vroede to the right, within a gilt and iron-red shell scroll border; an armorial tea-caddy, milk-jug, cup and saucer, ca. 13 cm. high; an armorial saucer, pattipan and two pattipan with monograms, 12 - 14.5 cm. wide, some minor damages (9)


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    Two services were made for the van Reverhorst family: the earlier in 1740, and the second five years later as the saucer in this lot. Both services were probably made for Theodorus van Reverhorst of the Dutch East India Company, and the eight arms of his grandparents are depicted on the saucer.

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