17 June 2003
A GRISAILLE, ENAMELLED AND GILT ARMORIAL PLATE FOR THE DUTCH MARKET
Decorated at the centre in enamels and gilt with a coat-of-arms, helmet, crest and mantling within gilt 'cup-and-ball' spearheads in the well and a finely-drawn grisaille and gilt du Paquier-style border incorporating three landscape and figure cartouches, rim hairline
9 in. (23 cm.) diam.
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These arms have been attributed to the Jouttuijn family. Several members of the family lived in the Dutch East Indies during the mid-18th Century.
Our thanks go to Dr. Jochem Kroes for providing this information.
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