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A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL 'MISTAKE' TEABOWL
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A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL 'MISTAKE' TEABOWL AND SAUCER

MID-18TH CENTURY

The teabowl and saucer decorated with the arms of Burrell in colored enamels and enriched in gilt, the other side of the teabowl with a floral spray
4 3/4 in. (12.1 cm.) diameter, the saucer
Provenance

With Henry Moog, Atlanta, 1998.
Literature

The slanted lines in the shield on the coat of arms were meant to indicate the color green, and the dots on the gilt were meant to indicate gold-- these armorial devices were not meant to be incorporated into the design of the porcelain service. See Dr. S.M. Mueller, 'Chinese Export Porcelain Curiosities', Oriental Art, 2000, vol. XLVI, no. I, pp.19-20, fig.7b and 7cc for a discussion.
Exhibited

Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Errors on Chinese Export Ceramics from the Shirley M. Mueller Collection, 1 May - 24 September 2000.
Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Elegance from the East, 26 May to 22 October, 2017.
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A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL 'MISTAKE' TEABOWL

Estimate $3,000 - $5,000
Feb 02, 2022
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A CHINESE EXPORT PORCELAIN ARMORIAL 'MISTAKE' TEABOWL AND SAUCER

MID-18TH CENTURY

The teabowl and saucer decorated with the arms of Burrell in colored enamels and enriched in gilt, the other side of the teabowl with a floral spray
4 3/4 in. (12.1 cm.) diameter, the saucer
Provenance

With Henry Moog, Atlanta, 1998.
Literature

The slanted lines in the shield on the coat of arms were meant to indicate the color green, and the dots on the gilt were meant to indicate gold-- these armorial devices were not meant to be incorporated into the design of the porcelain service. See Dr. S.M. Mueller, 'Chinese Export Porcelain Curiosities', Oriental Art, 2000, vol. XLVI, no. I, pp.19-20, fig.7b and 7cc for a discussion.
Exhibited

Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Errors on Chinese Export Ceramics from the Shirley M. Mueller Collection, 1 May - 24 September 2000.
Indianapolis, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Elegance from the East, 26 May to 22 October, 2017.

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