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Pair of Spode New Stone China Armorial Plates
Category: Ceramics
SubType: Porcelain
Origin: England-UK
Era: 19th Century
Height: 9 3/4 inches (22.3 cm) inches
A Pair Of Spode New Stone China Armorial Plates, Arms of Mills impaling Hatch.

These finely painted plates are copies of a Chinese Export service made for William Mills of Clapham who had married Elizabeth daughter of James Hatch of Clabery Hall in Essex. Their second son, Christopher-John, also married a daughter of another James Hatch of Clabery about 1810. One can speculate that this service was ordered on the occasion of that marriage.

Marks: Printed Bone Stone China Mark.

Circa 1810.

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