14 - 16 February 2006
A grisaille and gilt armorial 'wedding' plate
Painted with a coat-of-arms, possibly of the Van Landschot family, en suite to the preceding lot, retouches, minute frits
23 cm. diam.
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See footnote of preceding lot; and the Chinese Porcelain Company. The Age of Gallantry, Catalogue, 1995, p. 133 for a similar example with the coat-of-arms of the families Geelvinck and Graafland.
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