This piece has been held in storage by a Texas collector and is in excellent condition...
The lamp is only 5 inches tall and of higher silver content than usual for China at that time, which indicates an owner of wealth...
The cup is black lacquer, peach shaped for long life, has a footed bottom, and ornate finger stops on each side. It has several nicks and chips as is appropriate for its age. The cup is 1.25 inches high and 3 inches across at the widest point.
The hair was often (especially for festivals) decorated with added silver ornaments and/or hairpins.
The holder is 12 inches tall and 4 inches in diameter and has a deep mahogany brown patina.
The case is 9+ inches long with silk cord for drawstrings, elaborately knotted and tasseled.
Flint was an essential and valuable item for nomadic and indigenous cultures and as such was frequently carries in pouch specifically designed for its use.