A Group of Chinese Snuff Dishes - Jade, Silver etc.
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Directory: Archives: Regional Art: Pre 1920: item # 1166099
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|Ten small circular dishes made of different materials, used as paraphernalia for snuffing tobacco in Qing dynasty China. Comprising a green and a yellow jade dish, a horn and a silver dish, an ivory and five bronze dishes. Except the one made of ivory, all standing on a foot rim. The silver one with now illegible Chinese marks. Condition: the ivory and jade dishes with few tiny rim chips, the silver one with little dents. Dimension: diameter: 3.2 cm to 5.5 cm.|