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Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century


Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century

Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century    Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century
BEAUTIFUL CHINESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER TEA CUP. This piece it´s beautifully decorated with two dragons in the clouds embossed around it. One of the dragons is breathing fire.

The handle follows the design. Hallmarked with "HC" and some Chinese characters maker. "HC" is the hallmark of the silversmith Hung Chong. Hung Chong was among some of the most prosperous Chinese manufacturers. He remains one of the most important silversmiths on the Chinese export market.

Diameter: around 7,5 cm. Height: around 6,5 cm. The item "Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century" is in sale since Wednesday, June 30, 2021.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Solid Silver\Cups/Goblets". The seller is "78prof" and is located in Vila Nova de Gaia. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  1. Antique: Yes
  2. Maker: HUNG CHONG HC
  3. Country of Origin: China
  4. Composition: Solid Silver
  5. Product: Silver Tea Cup
  6. Style: Chinese Export
  7. Age: 1850-1899
  8. Material: Solid Silver
  9. Pattern: Dragons
  10. Original/Repro: Antique Original

Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century    Beautiful Chinese Export Silver Tea Cup HUNG CHONG late 19th Century