A SILVER MIRROR AND MAGNIFYING GLASS, LATE QING
China, late Qing dynasty (1644-1912). Both with silver frames, embossed and finely incised with various floral motifs. The mirror with fine polychrome enamels. Both embellished with celadon jades in openwork carving. Both bear “SILVER” stamps. (2)
Condition: Wear, traces of use, some minor dents and nicks to silver and enamels. The mirror with small spots. Fine condition.
Provenance: From a Swiss private collection.
Weight: 121.1 g and 74.7 g.
Dimensions: Length 16.5 cm and 15.5 cm.