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1st item: Silver on copper tea caddy with repousse designs of writhing dragons, unmarked. 4-1/2"H. Circa 1900. 2nd item: Small bronze vase with flaring rim and foot, figural dragon head handles and bands of relief decorated birds and branches across the bulbous center. By oral history, originally from a Japanese temple. 3-7/8"H. 19th century or earlier. 3rd item: Gilt bronze vase with flaring rim and foot and double S-Scroll handles, scrolled incised designs to body, unmarked, 5"H. Circa 1900. 4th and 5th items: Brass dippers with raised dragon designs to exteriors and enameled handles, marked China, 5" and 7"L. 20th century. 6th item: Large Chinese 19th century cloisonne or champleve enamel bowl with flaring rim and raised foot, 3 different polychrome dragons on a blue ground around the exterior, the interior decorated with flowers. 10-1/3" diameter. Provenance: the estate of Anne M. Johnson, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Wear to tea caddy surface. Bronze vase is missing its bottom. One dipper handle is dented. Cloisonne bowl with some scattered pitting and minor abrasions to bowl.