A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung

A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung
A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung
A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung
A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung

A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung
All items always 100% guaranteed as described! A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung. Marked: Zee Sung Silver. Width: 7″ Depth: 3 1/4/”. Total weight: 191 Grams. For any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask. Customer service is our priority and we stand behind our items 100%. All items offered are always 100% guaranteed authentic as described. For any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to ask. Telephone: +1 818 430 3880. The item “A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung” is in sale since Monday, June 13, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Other Chinese Antiques”. The seller is “thedukesvault” and is located in West Hollywood, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: silver
  • Maker: zee sung
  • Type: cigarette box
  • Primary Material: silver
  • Age: 1950
  • Region of Origin: china
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

A Fine Chinese Sterling Silver Cigarette Box Signed Zee Sung

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase W/ Box Measures: 5″ tall including the lid x 4″ wide. Excellent condition, could use some cleaning. Marked: “SILVER” and gilded inside. The silver vase/urn will come with a fitted original silk box. Very beautiful filigree craftsmanship and enamels drop dead gorgeous. The item “Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box” is in sale since Thursday, September 07, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Non-U.S. Silver\Asia”. The seller is “megitif” and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia.
  • Color: Silver
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Age: 1900
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Composition: Silver
  • Type: Urn

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Enamel Moth Box. The box comes from a wealthy local estate in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Bout 3″ 1/4 Long By 1″ 1/4 Tall. Very fine silver work with great detail! Please Look over the pictures as they are most of my description! Feel free to send me a message if you are not 100% sure about the item! If you need more time, please feel free to send me a message! Thank you for looking! Moths are often denoted as symbols of death from cultures all over the world, and some of the resemblances between the different myths are uncanny! I talked about one of these in a past MotW. But I was thoroughly surprised when I found a similar legend from across the world in China! Qing Ming is a festival in early April where people go out to enjoy the spring weather and honor the graves of their ancestors. Theres also an abundance of moths during the festival, but they have a special place in Chinese mythology! In ancient China, it was believed that moths were actually the souls of deceased people who came back during Qing Ming to visit their loved ones. Depending on the legend, the souls either possessed the insects, or were the physical manifestation of the soul itself. This is rooted in a Taoist belief, from the Book of Transformation by Tan Qiao. The belief is that existence is dependent entirely upon an emptiness of void in the universe. Sometimes, during the festival of Qing Ming, the moths find their ways into peoples homes and land on photos of the deceased. It is considered a serious taboo to kill or otherwise disturb the moth during Qing Ming, as its believed that they are turning a former loved one away. No matter whether you choose to believe in this myth of not, its still fascinating, and there have been several creepy occurrences revolving around it! For example, in 2003, a moth landed on Yuiiko Tans family alter during Qing Ming. They let it outside, but it would always return, causing the dogs from her own house and the neighborhood to go crazy. The moth hid behind her grandfathers photo, and followed her into her bedroom. Then it was gone. Yuiikos grandfather passed away on the day she was born, and she believes it mightve been his spirit in that moth coming to visit since he never got to meet her. Alex Yeoh had a less pleasant experience. In 2007, at the end of the Qing Ming festival, an Atlas Moth positioned itself on the parapet outside his apartment and refused to leave until it died a week later. The other tenants of the building refused to disturb it, and he soon learned that two people had committed suicide from that parapet before. Of course, there is evidence to refute this mythologymoths can get disoriented and thats how they find their way into homes. As for hiding behind picture frames, they like to hide in small, dark places away from predators. Atlas Moths are naturally lazy and refuse to fly whenever possible to conserve energy for mating and laying eggs. The item “Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED” is in sale since Tuesday, August 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “businessinferndale2011″ and is located in Ferndale, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Chinese
  • Type: Boxes
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box

Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box
Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box
Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box
Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box

Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box
Coins and Antiques Gallery. China, silver ink box, with scalloped edges, incised, high density dragon motifs, attractive patina, from late 19th/early 20th century era. Measurements as follows; Height 4 in. Depth 1 1/2 in. Get Images that Make Supersized Seem Small. The item “Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box” is in sale since Tuesday, August 15, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “coinsandantiquesgallery” and is located in Saratoga, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Fine Chinese Silver Ink Box

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box
Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase W/ Box Measures: 5″ tall including the lid x 4″ wide. Excellent condition, could use some cleaning. Marked: “SILVER” and gilded inside. The silver vase/urn will come with a fitted original silk box. Very beautiful filigree craftsmanship and enamels drop dead gorgeous. The item “Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box” is in sale since Monday, July 31, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Non-U.S. Silver\Asia”. The seller is “treasurefinderus” and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, South africa, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Colombia.
  • Color: Silver
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Age: 1900
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Composition: Silver
  • Type: Urn

Fine Chinese Export Silver Filigree Enamel Urn Lidded Vase With Box

A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box

A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box

A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box
A FINE EXQUISITE IMPERIAL CHINESE SILVER-GILT COVERED BOX. Description: A fine Imperial Chinese Silver-Gilt Covered Box/Chest elaborately decorated with floral scroll with semi-precious stone inserts and heart pattern silver-gilt wire decoration on ring-punched ground. On top of the cover is a relief of a Phoenix which suggests Imperial origin. This is one of the finest we’ve seen in years and proud to offer this one of kind work of art here. Size: 7 1/4″ (Length) x 7 1/4″ (Width) x 5 1/4(Height). Condition: Gilding remaining very strong with light rubbing, minor rubbing and scratching to bottom, presenting very well. Provenance: From the collection of Chinese history Professor. The item “A FINE EXQUISITE IMPERIAL CHINESE SILVER-GILT COVERED BOX” is in sale since Wednesday, July 26, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “genuineprovenance” and is located in North York, Ontario. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Box
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Color: Gold gilt

A Fine Exquisite Imperial Chinese Silver-gilt Covered Box

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Enamel Moth Box. The box comes from a wealthy local estate in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Bout 3″ 1/4 Long By 1″ 1/4 Tall. Very fine silver work with great detail! Please Look over the pictures as they are most of my description! Feel free to send me a message if you are not 100% sure about the item! If you need more time, please feel free to send me a message! Thank you for looking! Moths are often denoted as symbols of death from cultures all over the world, and some of the resemblances between the different myths are uncanny! I talked about one of these in a past MotW. But I was thoroughly surprised when I found a similar legend from across the world in China! Qing Ming is a festival in early April where people go out to enjoy the spring weather and honor the graves of their ancestors. Theres also an abundance of moths during the festival, but they have a special place in Chinese mythology! In ancient China, it was believed that moths were actually the souls of deceased people who came back during Qing Ming to visit their loved ones. Depending on the legend, the souls either possessed the insects, or were the physical manifestation of the soul itself. This is rooted in a Taoist belief, from the Book of Transformation by Tan Qiao. The belief is that existence is dependent entirely upon an emptiness of void in the universe. Sometimes, during the festival of Qing Ming, the moths find their ways into peoples homes and land on photos of the deceased. It is considered a serious taboo to kill or otherwise disturb the moth during Qing Ming, as its believed that they are turning a former loved one away. No matter whether you choose to believe in this myth of not, its still fascinating, and there have been several creepy occurrences revolving around it! For example, in 2003, a moth landed on Yuiiko Tans family alter during Qing Ming. They let it outside, but it would always return, causing the dogs from her own house and the neighborhood to go crazy. The moth hid behind her grandfathers photo, and followed her into her bedroom. Then it was gone. Yuiikos grandfather passed away on the day she was born, and she believes it mightve been his spirit in that moth coming to visit since he never got to meet her. Alex Yeoh had a less pleasant experience. In 2007, at the end of the Qing Ming festival, an Atlas Moth positioned itself on the parapet outside his apartment and refused to leave until it died a week later. The other tenants of the building refused to disturb it, and he soon learned that two people had committed suicide from that parapet before. Of course, there is evidence to refute this mythologymoths can get disoriented and thats how they find their way into homes. As for hiding behind picture frames, they like to hide in small, dark places away from predators. Atlas Moths are naturally lazy and refuse to fly whenever possible to conserve energy for mating and laying eggs. The item “Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED” is in sale since Saturday, July 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “businessinferndale2011″ and is located in Ferndale, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Chinese
  • Type: Boxes
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED
Fine rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Enamel Moth Box. The box comes from a wealthy local estate in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Bout 3″ 1/4 Long By 1″ 1/4 Tall. Very fine silver work with great detail! Please Look over the pictures as they are most of my description! Feel free to send me a message if you are not 100% sure about the item! If you need more time, please feel free to send me a message! Thank you for looking! Moths are often denoted as symbols of death from cultures all over the world, and some of the resemblances between the different myths are uncanny! I talked about one of these in a past MotW. But I was thoroughly surprised when I found a similar legend from across the world in China! Qing Ming is a festival in early April where people go out to enjoy the spring weather and honor the graves of their ancestors. Theres also an abundance of moths during the festival, but they have a special place in Chinese mythology! In ancient China, it was believed that moths were actually the souls of deceased people who came back during Qing Ming to visit their loved ones. Depending on the legend, the souls either possessed the insects, or were the physical manifestation of the soul itself. This is rooted in a Taoist belief, from the Book of Transformation by Tan Qiao. The belief is that existence is dependent entirely upon an emptiness of void in the universe. Sometimes, during the festival of Qing Ming, the moths find their ways into peoples homes and land on photos of the deceased. It is considered a serious taboo to kill or otherwise disturb the moth during Qing Ming, as its believed that they are turning a former loved one away. No matter whether you choose to believe in this myth of not, its still fascinating, and there have been several creepy occurrences revolving around it! For example, in 2003, a moth landed on Yuiiko Tans family alter during Qing Ming. They let it outside, but it would always return, causing the dogs from her own house and the neighborhood to go crazy. The moth hid behind her grandfathers photo, and followed her into her bedroom. Then it was gone. Yuiikos grandfather passed away on the day she was born, and she believes it mightve been his spirit in that moth coming to visit since he never got to meet her. Alex Yeoh had a less pleasant experience. In 2007, at the end of the Qing Ming festival, an Atlas Moth positioned itself on the parapet outside his apartment and refused to leave until it died a week later. The other tenants of the building refused to disturb it, and he soon learned that two people had committed suicide from that parapet before. Of course, there is evidence to refute this mythologymoths can get disoriented and thats how they find their way into homes. As for hiding behind picture frames, they like to hide in small, dark places away from predators. Atlas Moths are naturally lazy and refuse to fly whenever possible to conserve energy for mating and laying eggs. The item “Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED” is in sale since Thursday, June 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “businessinferndale2011″ and is located in Ferndale, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Multi-Color
  • Maker: Chinese
  • Type: Boxes
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Fine Rare Antique Chinese Sterling Silver Moth Box early 19th century SIGNED

Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case

Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case

Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case
Antique Chinese silver filigree card case with dragons. Good condition, missing one piece panel. Measure: L:3.5″, W: 2.5″, H: 0.5. The item “Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case” is in sale since Friday, September 30, 2016. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “goodbuy0″ and is located in Morris Plains, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Age: 1900-1940
  • Region of Origin: China
  • Primary Material: Silver
  • Type: card box
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

Fine Chinese Silver Filigree Card Case

Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box

Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box

Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box
This lovely chines silver box is decorated with embossed flowers. It is in very good condition. The item “Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box” is in sale since Wednesday, February 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Boxes”. The seller is “dualities2″ and is located in Larchmont, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Fine Chinese Silver Heart Shaped Box