An early 20th century Chinese enamelled copper hand mirror w...
An early 20th century Chinese enamelled copper hand mirror with 18th/19th century Chinese pale celadon jade mounts, the back of the hand mirror insert with an oval jade plaque carved in relief with a ribbon tied Buddhist wheel emblem above waves, 6.1cm wide, the handle mounted with a jade dragon belt hook, 8.6cm long, the mirror enamelled with flowers and butterflies, total length 23.5cm
A few small losses to the enamel work, the jade plaque and jade belt hook are in good condition.
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