Chinese Export Brown Fitzhugh Armorial Porcelain Platter From the Manigault Service
Ordered by Charles Izard Manigault of Charleston, South Carolina, who went to China in 1817 and returned in 1823. He listed 381 pieces of his service, 'Purchased at Canton 1820.'
Length 13 3/8 inches.
Ref. David Santuary Howard, Chinese Armorial Porcelain, Vol. II, 2003, U8, p. 543.
Robert Leath, 'In Pursuit of Refinement, Charlestonians Abroad 1740-1860.'
C Property of Descendants of Charles Izard Manigault
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