Chinese Antique 18th Century Enamel Copper Snuff Bottle

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Chinese Antique 18th Century Enamel Copper Snuff Bottle

999.99

Measurement
1.375 L x 1 W x 2 in H ( 3.49 x 2.54 x 5.08 cm)

Weight
1.2 oz ( 0.034 kg)

Material
Copper, Enamel

Description
This is an extremely rare Chinese snuff bottle from the Qianlong period (1736–1795). It is made of copper and layered/painted with enamel. It depicts imagery of two figures, one of which appear to have western features. Note the hair, face, and attire. Beyond the portraits are imagery of flowers. It is difficult to see, but it is signed.

Condition
Antique. No cracks/chipping. See photographs for condition. If you need more information, please ask questions.

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