The metal bottom of the chalice is stamped with the word China. This dates the piece between 1890 and 1914. It was the U.S...
Measures 3 inches tall, and comes with original hand twisted cord, and is in very good condition
The tea caddy is 10 inches tall and shows patinated wear marks and chips in the lacquer surface which would be expected on a piece of this age.
The piece is 2.5 inches high and 2 inches at the widest point. Because of its small size and shape, it was most likely used as an opium container. The inside has been carefully cleaned to avoid dog encounters at the airports.
The case is 9+ inches long with silk cord for drawstrings, elaborately knotted and tasseled.