1720 Chinese Armorial Porcelain Charger LUTWYCHE with BAGNALL in Pretence Coat of Arms Crest
YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1720
WEIGHT: 64.30 troy ounces (70.55 ounces or 2,000.00 grams)
Here is a superb and rare Chinese Kangxi armorial charger, made for the LUTWYCHE BAGNALL family. (Bagnall in pretence). Dates to circa 1720. Beautifully painted rouge de fer and gold. Wonderful underglaze blue dragons and phoenix are chasing around the rim perfect decoration for what was probably a marriage plate.
Probably made for Sir Thomas Lutwyche, K.C, MP (1674-1734) of Lutwyche Hall, Shropshire, England, upon his marriage to heiress Elizabeth Bagnall. The family held the estate for over 700 years.
Condition: Excellent for age. Two restored haircracks & a restored chip-invisibly done.
Measuresments: Approx 13cm wide (32cm).
Can be safely shipped worldwide.
Probably made for Sir Thomas Lutwyche, K.C, MP (1674-1734) of Lutwyche Hall,
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