Armorial plate arms of cooke quartering warren

Chinese export armorial porcelain plate bearing the arms of Cooke quartering Warren with Twysden in pretence, Ch’ien Lung, c.1745
From Chinese Armorial Porcelain by David Sanctuary Howard:
“The arms are of Cooke of London, Paly of six gules and sable three eagles displayed argent, one and two, quartering Warren, Chequy or and azure, on a canton gules a lion rampant argent, with Twysden, Gyronny of four argent and gules a saltire between four crosses crosslet all counterchanged. Crest of Cooke (correctly), A demi eagle per pale gules and sable with wings displayed and ducally crowned or.
Sir George Cooke, Chieg Protonotary of the Common Pleas, married Catherine, coheir of Sir Thomas Twysden, 4th Baronet of East Peckham in Kent (her father had died in 1712 and had been suceeded by his brother from whom the present baronet is descended). Sir George was knighted in April 1715 and probably died not long after this service was made.”
9″ diameter

Armorial plate arms of cooke quartering warren detail 1