decorated with arms of Reets van Tets of Holland. The pierced and molded borders had developed in England and Europe, and in the Chinese examples is hand-cut. Van Goudreaan (Governor of Dutch East Indian Co. 1769) with two lions and crowned head above two emblems, one with stag, the other with trees and vessels; pierced border with raised petals

Fruit basket stand with arms of Reets van Tets, c. 1770

Unknown artist, expand_more

Porcelainexpand_more

Gift of Leo A. and Doris Hodroffexpand_more  95.98.72

In pierced form and floral decoration, these elemnts of a dessert service closely imitate English and German models from the 1720s to the 1750s.

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Fruit basket stand with arms of Reets van Tets
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95.98.72
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decorated with arms of Reets van Tets of Holland. The pierced and molded borders had developed in England and Europe, and in the Chinese examples is hand-cut. Van Goudreaan (Governor of Dutch East Indian Co. 1769) with two lions and crowned head above two emblems, one with stag, the other with trees and vessels; pierced border with raised petals