Totem, as the national symbol, reflects a nation's culture, spirit and traditional values. This scene depicts the cultural differences through the totems of these two countries - the American Eagle and the Chinese dragon - and the different values, ways of thinking and cultural traditions shown by their totems respectively. More than countries, this fighting scene made in London, England, during 1857 by.
Reveals the cultural differences between occidental and oriental traditions and it is a fabulous, allegorical and sculptural version of this encounter. Mazing handle in an antique sterling silver dome, lid or cover.
(meat dish and matching cover or dome). This massive piece made in solid sterling silver has Gothic accents and a factory made Masonic sentence. Eagle fighting a dragon is incredibly detailed and has a great expression. Late and dome are surrounded by exquisite ornamentation of shell figures. Fully hallmarked plate, dome and fighting scene.
Very heavy (1995 grams or 70.37 oz). Excellent original condition with no dents. Diameter of plate is 29 centimeters. Overall height is 22 centimeters.
Scene measures are 6 centimeters height and 7 centimeters wide. Weight is almost 2 kilos (1995 grams).
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you for your visit. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (.925)\Other Antique Sterling Silver". The seller is "rarityland" and is located in this country: AR.
This item can be shipped worldwide.