The cup and saucer on page 93 introduces a coat-of-arms for china decoration. The sprays of leaves are not heraldic, but they serve to break up the spotty effect that a mere coat-of-arms always has when placed alone on an expanse of white china. If the coat-of-arms is of sombre colouring, a richer spray of flowers and leaves should be adopted; but where the arms are rich in colour, a spray of autumnal leaves, as in our design, looks chaste and appropriate.