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FOUR LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE ARMORIAL DISHES FOR THE DUTCH MARKET
PROPERTY OF A DUTCH GENTLEMAN (LOTS 28-30, 40)
FOUR LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE ARMORIAL DISHES FOR THE DUTCH MARKET

YONGZHENG PERIOD, CIRCA 1733

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FOUR LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE ARMORIAL DISHES FOR THE DUTCH MARKET
YONGZHENG PERIOD, CIRCA 1733
Each finely enamelled and gilt at the centre with the coat of arms for Tuineman of Zeeland within a roundel, the well with puce trellis-pattern and the border with grisaille cell-pattern reserved with four cartouches enclosing gilt floral sprays
15½ in. (39.3 cm.) diam.
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Please note that the measurement mentioned in the catalogue is for the largest dish.

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For the arms see Dr. Jochem Kroes, Chinese Armorial Porcelain for the Dutch Market, The Hague, 2007, no. 59, p. 151, where the author informs us that this service was made for Daniel Tuineman (Tuneman or Tuijneman), who sailed to China in 1732-1733. See Lot 30 for a tea and coffee service of similar date and for the same family, but of slightly different design.

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