1963.0700.070 Pot de creme, view 2
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Pot de creme (Pot au jus)

  • Category:

    Ceramics

  • Place of Origin:

    Jingdezhen, China, Asia

  • Date:

    1784-1784

  • Materials:

    Porcelain (hard-paste); Lime (alkaline) glaze

  • Techniques:

    Molded, Painted, Enameled, Gilded

  • Museum Object Number:

    1963.0700.070 A, B


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Object Number

1963.0700.070 A, B

Object Name

Pot de creme (Pot au jus)

Category

Ceramics

Credit Line/Donor

Gift of Henry Francis du Pont

Place of Origin

Jingdezhen, China, Asia

Date

1784-1784

Subjects

Society of Cincinnati; Presidential china; Presidential provenance; American Eagle; Government; American themed ceramics; American ownership history (foreign manuf); American market (Chinese manufacture); George Washington

Materials

Porcelain (hard-paste); Lime (alkaline) glaze

Techniques

Molded, Painted, Enameled, Gilded

Dimensions (inches)

3.189 (H) , 3.386 (L) , 2.48 (Diam)

Dimensions (centimeters)

8.1 (H) , 8.6 (L) , 6.3 (Diam)

Object Description

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Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Detweiler, Susan Gray. 1982 George Washington's Chinaware.
History of the Society of the Cincinnati service and examples: pp.81-97
[Book] Mudge, Jean McClure. 1986 Chinese Export Porcelain in North America. 300 p.
Fitzhugh pattern and color range: p.211-212, fig. 342
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 1984 New York and the China Trade. 142 p.
Plate from Cincinnati service: p. 74, fig. B3
[Book] Mudge, Jean McClure. 1981 Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade, 1785-1835. 304 p.
Fitzhugh border on Cincinnati plate: p.159, fig. 79.
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 1974 Chinese Armorial Porcelain. 1.
"True Fitzhugh" vs. Fitzhugh patterns with history: pp. 50-56, 151-122
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 2003 Chinese Armorial Porcelain. 2.
"True Fitzhugh" vs. Fitzhugh patterns with blue, orange, green and other variations: pp. 510-45
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 2003 Chinese Armorial Porcelain. 2.
Chinese c. 1785 plate with typical Cincinnati-type border and post 1970 polychrome enameled Fame with badge: p. 27, col. pl.
[Book] Copeland, Robert. 1999 Spode's Willow Pattern and other Designs after the Chinese.
Spode and Copeland marked ironstone imitations of Cincinnati service: p. 120, no. 18, plate and bowl, pattern W 103, 1833-47
[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 1974 Chinese Armorial Porcelain. 1.
Cincinnati jug and plate, respectively, originally owned by Samuel Shaw and George Washington: p. 664, no. T10 and 685, no. U5 shown with 19th century Spode replacement piece.
[Book] Esten, John, et al. 1987 Blue & White China: Origins /Western Influences.
Discussion of Fitzhugh and photographs of examples on p. 89
[Book] Palmer, Arlene. 1976 A Winterthur Guide to Chinese Export Porcelain.
Platter and strainer published: fig.89, p.133.
[Book] Conger, Clement E. & Rollins, Alexandra W. 1991 Treasures of State: Fine and Decorative Arts in the Diplomatic Reception Rooms of the U. S. Department of State.
Three plates and leaf-shaped dish from service: p. 264, no. 160, with details regarding order and associated personages.