(3) items of Chinese export hand-painted armorial porcelain: a) Baluster vase, the body impressed with a basket weave pattern surrounding reserves, the centermost with initials in a shield surrounded by swags and bows. The other cartouches painted with flower sprays; b) cup with scalloped lip hand-painted with a pair of birds above a shield with the initials, 'EW'. The interior painted with Greek key and pendant drops; c) blue plate with scalloped lip, blue and white rim with butterflies and an armorial shield in the well of the piece. Dimensions are: the largest item measures 10 inches tall and the smallest items measures 2 inches tall. All measurements are approximate. Condition: a) hairline crack emanating from the lip of the vase, 1 inch long. b) Hairline crack, 2 1/4 inches long. c) Rim chip and hairline crack, 1 1/8 inches long.