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Chinese famille rose armorial bowl, Qianlong (1736-95), decorated with the arms of Beauchamp (lion rampant sable crowned gules, a label for indifference; crest intended for a tiger passant), the interior rim with a spearhead border, diameter: 4 5/16in., 11cm; condition: short sealed hairline.
For an illustrated example see David Sanctuary Howard 'Chinese Armorial Porcelain', Vol. I (1974), p.495, P21. The arms probably belonged to the eldest son of the Beauchamp family of Fifield, Essex.