Condition: very good for their age, as seen in the photos. Provenience: from Christie's, NewYork in 2008, The Linda Wrigglesworth Collection. Finely made bags became fashionable status symbols, and wealthy people frequently exchanged them as gifts.
By the late Qing period, professional workshops created pouches in matched sets, often patterned with auspicious imagery. This beautiful antique artefact is from. The item "2 ANTIQUE CHINESE CHINA QING SILK EMBROIDERY RANK GOLD SILVER PURSE MEN 1900" is in sale since Friday, January 29, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Robes & Textiles".
The seller is "eternality" and is located in Malmoe. This item can be shipped worldwide.