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Chinese export silver

a legacy of luxury : a loan exhibition from the collection of the China Trade Museum : catalogue

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        StatementIEF
        PublishersIEF
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        LC Classifications1984
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 124 p. :
        Number of Pages72
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100883970821
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Thank you Mark, we will be sure to come back to you when we sell our next cask. Context is key: Listen carefully. The response, transparency and authenticity from Mark was the one that I liked the most. Occasionally the retail silversmith and the artisan workshop were one and the same, but the silver mark will give no indication of this.

The Fascination with Chinese Export Silver

Chinese export silver by the increased number of fakes and the limited supply of Imperial wares, collectors are now seriously contesting export wares, of which Chinese export silver is one of the most sought after. Some of the earlier known Chinese Export Silver makers' chopped mark are: We We WC and Cutshing. Historically, as a form, Monteith-style bowls date back to the 17th century.

In the 18th century western artists started to make up decorative items and whole interiors in a mock Chinese or Japanese style. I'll send you the receipt. It was made in the European style from melted Spanish silver historically, the only currency Chinese merchants would accept for the trading of goods, such as tea, silks and spices, out of Chinaand falls largely into three periods: early- late- and post-China Trade. Their scalloped rims are so designed as to allow stemmed wine cups to be suspended by the foot and chilled in iced water contained in the bowl.

The Fascination with Chinese Export Silver

The most common forms are mugs, tea services and card cases. The whole sits upon claw feet. Mark is a true professional and I have no hesitation in recommending his services. There are ample recorded Chinese export silver that have dated inscriptions that were obviously made earlier — sometimes 10-20 years earlier. Labor was also much cheaper, yet the skill standards were extremely high and, in many cases, more inventive than their Western counterparts.

90 quality, due to the fact that melted were the main material source. What can you tell me about the first thing on this receipt?