For another example of a famille verte 'Monteith' bowl see: Howard and Ayers. 1 op cit. pp. 116-117, where the authors remark; "As we learn from the contemporary Oxford historian Anthony a Wood, the Monteith, a bowl with nothched rim for chilling wineglasses which could thus be suspended in water, made its appearance in English silver in the year 1683 and was named after a somewhat eccentric Scot, the hem of whose cloak was notched in the same way".
There are other examples of blue and white Monteiths in The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Another pair of blue and white Monteiths sold in these Rooms, 15th, october 1990, lot 23.