Jean-Louis Cottin (1735-1793), was Seigneur of Fieulaine, and with his father founded a very successful banking and trading business. He was one of eight bankers who Jacques Necker, Finance Minister to King Louis XVI, called on to balance the accounts of the Caisse d'Escompte. In 1755, he married Jeanne-Catherine Girardot de Chancourt. See Antoine Lebel, Armoiries françaises et suisses sur la porcelain de Chine au XVIIIe siècle, Brussels, 2009, p. 103. A wine cooler with these arms from the Helena Woolworth McCann Collection is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, illustrated by J. G. Phillips, China-Trade Porcelain, Cambridge, Mass., 1956, p. 96, pl. 23.