New York, Park Avenue
15 - 16 January 1999
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER FIVE-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
Maker's mark of WN, probably for Wan Nam & Co., Hong Kong, circa 1900
Comprising coffeepot, tea pot, lidded pitcher, cream jug, and sugar bowl; each urn form on square bases, the body encircled by a repouss and chased Chinese dragon, the scroll spout and wood handle with lotus leaf joins, the hinged domed covers surmounted by a wood finial, the tea pot engraved on neck, the interiors of cream jug and sugar bowl gilt, marked on bases, also marked with 85 sterling standard mark
The lidded pitcher 10in. high; gross weight 70oz. 10dwt.
Wan Nam & Co. (5)
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The teapot is engraved Doctor & Madame Wong S. Too With best compliments from Mr & Mrs. H.O. Tong.
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