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Pair of 18th Century Chinese Export Armorial Wine Coolers

Origin China
Period 19th Century
Materials Ceramic Hand-Painted Copper Metalwork
Dimensions
W. 10 in; H. 7.5 in; D. 10 in;
W. 25.4 cm; H. 19.05 cm; D. 25.4 cm;
Condition Good. good / one copper liner has some separation, one cooler has had extensive repairs, but displays well
Creation Date circa 1800
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description A delightful pair of 19th century Chinese Armorial Export "Clan Brodie" wine bottle coolers. Each cooler has
removable copper liners with handles, late 18th century / early 19th century, China

"Chia Ching circa 1800
BRODIE
the arms are Brodie of Brodie, Argent a chevron gules between three mullets azure; crest, A right hand holding a bunch of arrows all proper;
motto 'UNITE' (on some pieces spelled 'INITE')."

"The supporters almost certainly indicate the head of this family, at this time James Brodie, born 1744, who married in 1768 Lady Margaret Duff, daughter of the 1st Earl of Fife... " from Chinese Armorial Porcelain, by David Sanctuary Howard, 1974
Styles / Movements Chinese Export, George III, Traditional
Dealer Reference Number NB
Incollect Reference Number 461116
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