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Chinese Export Silver Dessert Spoon - Linchong
Reference: S1395
Period: George III
Year: Circa 1800-1850
Silversmith: Linchong
Place: Canton, China
Price: $ 120.00
Weight: 32 grams
Dimensions: 18.0 cm
Condition: Good, wear to tip from use.

Description: A Chinese export silver dessert spoon in the Fiddle pattern. The pseudo-English hallmarks are in excellent condition, well struck and very clear. They include lion passant with triangular indent to punch, crowned leopards head, duty mark and makers mark L. Linchong was an early maker of Chinese export silver, his silver is usually in the English Georgian style. He worked from New China Street, Canton. Linchong is described as the "unsung Cantonese master Georgian silversmith, who rivals Paul Storr in work quality, whose silver is very rare" - www.chinese-export-silver.com
Chinese Export Silver Dessert Spoon - Linchong
Chinese Export Spoon

Chinese Export Silver Dessert Spoon - Linchong
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Chinese Export Silver Dessert Spoon - Linchong
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