21 January 2009
AN ARMORIAL COFFEE-POT AND COVER
Of tapering cylindrical form with S-curved spout, one side painted with the arms of Fryer between grisaille and gilt flowers enriched in iron-red, the rims with scrolling lotus and spearhead bands, the conical cover with double knop finial
10 in. high (25.3 cm.) high (2)
The Phil B. Cooke Collection, no. 390.
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Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, vol. I. p. 297, fig. G3.
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