Decorated with a classic Fitzhugh pattern centered by a pagoda, length 29 cm.
Wear, scratches. Handles missing and damaged.
This type of ware was made for the wedding of Doctor Samuel Cabot and Elizabeth Perkins of Boston, in 1812, and it was probably ordered by China Trader Thomas Perkins, the bride's father. Unlike the other fitzhugh patterns, this one is unique in displaying the pagoda motif, probably inspired by Whampoa Pagoda, the Ming era structure on the Pearl River that was an iconic landmark for China traders.
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