Huang Qiu Ji was a manufacturing silversmith but is noted for his exceptional enamel on silver work. His reputation is at the top of the list; there are many that hold the belief he was a producer of enamel work for the Imperial Court. It is rare to nd the Huang Qiu Ji mark alone, but it does happen. Usually, his mark appears alongside a mark of a retail silversmith.
Wo Shing, Wang Hing, Poh Hing [Po Shing] and Chong Woo are four of the most notable 19th century retail silversmiths that regularly created works in conjunction with Huang Qiu Ji. A oral subject is almost always the theme. Blues, greens, pinks and yellow are the colours Huang Qiu Ji favored. With current Chinese collectors, there is a particular preference for any Chinese silver that has enamelled colour applied. This is not dissimilar to Chinese preferences at the time this tea set was made at the end of the 19th century.
For more information please see A. ANTIQUE 19thC CHINESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER & ENAMEL TEA CUPS c. Although the silver is not hallmarked.In Great Condition - No Damage. All items are cleaned and inspected before being dispatched, we use only the best packing materials to insure your item reaches you safely and discreetly. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The item "ANTIQUE 19thC CHINESE EXPORT SOLID SILVER & ENAMEL TEA CUPS c. 1880" is in sale since Tuesday, September 17, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian/Oriental Antiques\Chinese\Bowls".
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