London, South Kensington
6 November 2009
A SET OF FOUR SILVER EXPORT SWEETMEAT DISHES, MARK OF ZEEWOO, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
each foliate rimmed dish pierced and chased with large chrysanthemum flowerheads around a plain centre, supported on a tall stem with plain circular foot, two with the character Xing or Sing, on another the character Ping, the fourth an illegible stamp -- 4½in. (11.5cm.) high (4)
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Alan James Marlowe, Chinese Export Silver, 1990, no.86, p.87.
John Sparks, London, 1990.
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