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A Chinese Imari armorial part dinner-service

Maker:  The Walpole Service


The Walpole Service: A Chinese Imari armorial part dinner-service, the centres painted in sepia and gilt with a coat-of-arms, enriched with iron-red and gilt mantling surmounted by a crest, the borders in red, blue and gilt, circa 1730, comprising: A dish (chipped and cracked) - 15 1/2in. diam. Three circular dishes (one riveted, one chipped) 15 1/4in. diam. Six similar (one with piece missing from one, large piece lacking from another)13 1/2in. diam. Nine similar, smaller (one damaged, one with chunk missing, one chipped, one riveted, one with large piece lacking), 12 1/4in. diam. Three two-handled pear-shaped porringers (handles lacking, damaged and chipped, two covers chipped) Five plates (two chipped, three repaired, one with piece missing), (four plates in Hunting Hall.

ID:  38936



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