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Chinese Export Silver Dragon Goblets Rare Maker "kc" C1860 3-4 For Sale
EXTREMELY RARE SET OF TWO c1860 CHINESE EXPORT SILVER DRAGON GOBLETS; CANTON SHOP OF MAKER KC; EXCELLENT CONDITION
We are pleased to offer this extremely rare set of c1860 Chinese export silver dragon goblets.
They bear the mark of Canton maker KC. This shop mark is almost never seen. Chan (2005) notes KC worked in Canton during the second and third quarter 19th century.
Most CES collectors do not own an example from this maker.
Classic raised egg form.
Adorned with single four claw Chinese dragon covering the surface. Beautfully detailed. Hundreds of individually carved scales. Atop thick well cast tapering stem and base.
Hallmarked KC 90 and characters.
This extremely rare pair of Chinese export silver maker KC dragon goblets are 2 5/8 inches.
Constructed of thick, heavy guage silver it weigh 2 1/2 (standard) ounces.
In excellent, if not perfect condition. Rich, lustreous silver patina throughout. The beautiful raised dragon retain their original crisp, vibrant detail.
For the discerning collector of the finest China trade silver. A pair of dragon goblets from the very rare Canton shop of KC. Pristine condition.
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Remember, the items you see are antiques. Hence, have an expected amount of wear from normal use. As such, returning an item because we failed to mention the tiniest bit of wear, or barely discernible flaw is not acceptable. Nor do we accept returns based on buyer's remorse. Nor change of taste, or because a buyer did not realize how "small" four inches might be once in hand.
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