Chinese Export, century?

Soup bowl, c. 1785-1800

Unknown artist, expand_more

Porcelainexpand_more

Gift of the Winfield Foundationexpand_more  56.21.18

G209expand_more

Chinese factories developed a vocabulary of patterns that could be applied to each piece of a dinner service. The FitzHugh pattern made from 1780-1820s consists of four botanical clusters evenly spaced around a central panel. The center could feature a landscape, monogram, or coat of arms--note the differences between this FitzHugh soup bowl and the hot water plate below, and the two FitzHugh tureen stands on the opposite wall, one green, one orange.

Details
Title
Soup bowl
Role
Artist
Accession Number
56.21.18
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Chinese Export, century?