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A Chinese export silver bowl Wang Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, stamped WH, character mark and 90

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A Chinese export silver bowl Wang Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, stamped WH, character mark and 90
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A Chinese export silver bowl Wang Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, stamped WH, character mark and 90 Deep circular form, a wavy upper border featuring pierced floral and foliate decoration, the body embossed and chased with two dragons chasing the flaming pearl of wisdom among clouds, all on a spreading pedestal base, an armorial for 'Major General Villiers HATTON' engraved to the underside, height 12.5cm, diameter 21cm, weight 26.5oz. Footnotes: This is the crest from the armorial of Major General Villiers HATTON (1852-1914) born in London the eldest son of Lt. Col. Villiers La Touche HATTON (1824-1897) by Rosia Mary de BATHE (1830-1895). He was Commander of British Troops in South China (Hong Kong) 1903-1906. In 1897, he married Emily Burrall HOFFMAN (1861–1942), an American, the daughter of Charles Burrall HOFFMAN (1821–1892) by Harriet Bronson WILLETT (1839–1911). For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

A Chinese export silver bowl Wang Hing, Hong Kong circa 1900, stamped WH, character mark and 90 Deep circular form, a wavy upper border featuring pierced floral and foliate decoration, the body embossed and chased with two dragons chasing the flaming pearl of wisdom among clouds, all on a spreading pedestal base, an armorial for 'Major General Villiers HATTON' engraved to the underside, height 12.5cm, diameter 21cm, weight 26.5oz. Footnotes: This is the crest from the armorial of Major General Villiers HATTON (1852-1914) born in London the eldest son of Lt. Col. Villiers La Touche HATTON (1824-1897) by Rosia Mary de BATHE (1830-1895). He was Commander of British Troops in South China (Hong Kong) 1903-1906. In 1897, he married Emily Burrall HOFFMAN (1861–1942), an American, the daughter of Charles Burrall HOFFMAN (1821–1892) by Harriet Bronson WILLETT (1839–1911). For further information on this lot please visit Bonhams.com For further information about this lot please visit the lot listing

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