This listing is for an antique Chinese mother of pearl gaming counter. These are priced individually and we have a number of these available at time of listing. Select the quantity you require from the drop-down box.
Makers mark / hallmarks: none
Sourced: in England
Age: circa 1800-1900’s
Materials: mother of pearl
Size roughly: 1.75 inches, 44 mm
Condition: in antique condition with signs of previous use, some may be grubby and may have natural imperfections to the mother of pearl which have been there from the time of production. They will NOT be chipped or cracked.
Discerning features: intricate workmanship
In summary: More beautiful Chinese gaming counters from our extensive and constantly evolving collection. See more at the link below and please note you will only pay one postage charge. No extra postage charge will be added no matter how many you buy.
Find similar items from EVE here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EnglishShop/search?search_query=chinese+gaming&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search
Why buy from EVE?
– EVE sends all items fast, tracked and fully insured for breakage and loss. Even ceramics!
– If you buy multiple items you will generally only pay postage on the heaviest item you buy (very large multiple items may incur a small extra charge)
– All items are sent on approval. If things do not fit in as expected or are an unappreciated gift we will issue a full refund (including the initial postage charge!) upon return of the item to us.
– EVE has one of the largest inventories of European sourced vintage and antique goods on the web. With bases in the UK and France and sourcing connections throughout wider Europe we can offer an eclectic and continuously updated inventory.
– We are an established family business of traders of vintage and antique items of many years standing through a number of digital outlets.
– Loyal and repeat customers earn increasing discount rates over time based on purchase history.
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