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Catalog Number R2001.5.3
Object Name Plate, Soup
Description Soup plate having a molded, wavy rim; decorated in underglaze blue and overglaze famille rose enamels with a Fitzhugh border on the rim; a cell border on the inward sloping sides of the well; a husk border at the edge of the well; and a coat of arms framed in an oval medallion in the center of the well.

The arms are of Sealy of England. The service from which this soup plate comes may have been made for Charles Sealy of Calcutta.
Year Range from 1780
Year Range to 1785
Material Hard-Paste Porcelain
Place of Origin Made in Jingdezhen, Decorated in Guangzhou (Canton), China
Collection The Reeves Center
Credit line Museum Purchase
On View No