Seven piece silver tea service, Koinke company
Lot 3263
A seven-piece silver tea service By the Konoike company, Meiji period (late 19th/early 20th century)
Sold for US$ 15,000 inc. premium
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Lot Details
A seven-piece silver tea service
By the Konoike company, Meiji period (late 19th/early 20th century)
Comprising a coffee pot, tea pot, tea flask, two creamers, sugar bowl, and a double walled waste bowl, all designed with a dense pattern of chrysanthemum heads on the bodies, the pouring vessels with chrysanthemum leaf spouts and applied with serpentine dragon handles, the underside of the vessels hammered to a stone finish, collars with a petal band and the covers fitted with chrysanthemum finials, signed on the underside Konoike tsukuru and stamped jungin on the coffee pot, 2900 grams total
10 5/8in (27cm) high, the largest
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