A Chinese Export silver card case, possible by Woshing Kiangse Road, Shanghai, circa 1900
Lot 125
A Chinese export silver card case possibly by Woshing Kiangse Road, Shanghai, circa 1900 (3)
Sold for AU$ 549 (US$ 513) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Chinese export silver card case
possibly by Woshing Kiangse Road, Shanghai, circa 1900
embossed with a bird perched in a prunus blossom and a filigree card case; and a silver cigar case, circa 1900, embossed with a scrolling dragon with a pearl in its claw, the reverse with cranes and iris, maker's mark CW. (3)
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    Specialist - Australian Colonial Furniture and Australiana
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