A late 19th century Chinese silver three-piece tea set, the lobed cylindrical oval section bodies with decorated panels of chrysanthemum, bamboo and blossom on a fine hammered ground, the handles, spout and finials as sculpted bamboo sections. Punched mark
Chinese Export silver pedestal salt & pepper shakers. Circa 1830-1850 With. Urn Form with gadroon borders. Pseudo hallmarks for Cutshing, Canton, approx 8 cm high, 188g Provenance Ex Stanley Lipscombe (2)
Qing Dynasty silver memorial of the Boxer Rebellion. Chinese Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) 1st decade of the 20th century, figural group of a soldier who may be Chinese in modern uniform of the day with a boater hat rifle, and bayonet. The ornate jacket is insc
A Chinese carved chalcedony figure of a woman holding fruits, the translucent bluish grey and brown tone carved to good effect with the variegated brown tones incorporated into her head scarf and leaves supporting the fruit, fine detail. Height 18 cm, rais
Chinese silver ice bucket & ice tongs by Hung Chong having an all over stippled finish, with a vacant cartouche & a swing handle. Circa 1900, Shanghai, maker Hung Chong. Condition good, minor wear to the base. Height of body 13.5 cm. Weight 489g
A c.1920s Chinese silver Tack Hing coffee pot and lidded sugar bowl, both with relief embossed and engraved sinuous dragon displaying fine detail on the plain tapered oval section bodies, the lids with further engraved dragons and oval finials, angular han
A Qing dynasty silver plated model of a turret ship from the Sino-Japanese war, c.1895, most likely a model of the Chinese ironclad battleship Dingyuan from the Beiyang Fleet. Raised on carved wooden 'wave' plinth. Length 24 cm
A Tibetan ritual water bottle, Ming Dynasty and later, 16th and later, the Chinese silk and fine gold thread kesi cover with a front on Imperial dragon in pursuit of a flaming pearl, mounted with a silver stopper and a woven cotton band attached to an ambe
Pair of Chinese Tianjin silver candelabra, with removable sconces and impressed STERLING LINSKY marks to base, 12.5 cm high, one has candle branch detached, Linsky's was a jewellery store owned by a local Jewish jeweler Mr Linsky, in Tientsin, Northern
Chinese export silver three piece tea service, mark of Zeewo, Shanghai, 20th century, comprising a teapot, a sugar pot and a cream jug, decorated with cherry blossoms, stamped, missing two lids (3), approx. Weight 861 grams
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