Four Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread patternFour Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread pattern

4 Chinese export forks in the fiddle, thread pattern, no monogram. These are nice, early and heavy pieces marked with an "L" and four pseudo English hallmarks. The L stands for Linchong or Lynchong (Canton, c. 1810-1830) per the Forbes book. Chait's book goes with the spelling Linchong. The set of forks weighs approximately 10.6 ozt, and each fork is approximately 8 1/2" long. They have the threaded edge on both sides of the fork. No monograms/crests, slightly worn tines from use (see photos). A very nice set for the collector of early China Trade silver.

ITEM ID
K52-7
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
ORIGIN
China • Chinese
PURPOSE
Forks

Four Early China Trade Forks, c. 1820 by Lynchong or Linchong in Fiddle Thread pattern

$450

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