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A Chinese Export Silver Overlay Glass Decanter with marks for maker Wai Kee, active Shanghai, c. 1910. A three-sided dimpled bottle with overlaid mounts depicting temples, tall pagodas, and sailing junks. With a flared three way pouring spout. Original and matching compressed ball stopper with pagoda and junk motif and a cork bung. (QWET3000)(TC)

Dimensions: 11" H with stopper

Provenance: From the Estate of Deborah Wetzler, East 57th Street, NYC. A private collection of important paintings, antique furniture & decorations.


minor dents to the stopper, moulded interior glass is in good condition with scratches to the bottom base, no other scratches or chips, but while generally clear, there is some interior soil and exterior polish residue. The old cork bung doesn't stop properly and is a bit loose.

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Chinese Export Silver Overlay Glass Decanter, 1910

Mar 24, 2018 3:00 PM UTC
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