t see through it, and so delicate that it had to be carefully handled. The varieti
es of cups and saucers we
could not begin to tell; t
hey make them suited to ev
ery market in the world, a
nd it is said that the gre
atest part of what they make is of the shapes that
vases there was no end, and they were of all sizes, from a tiny cone for a small
t we saw.
to a huge one capable of holding a barrel of water, with plenty of room to spare.
on, and pa
in vases must be very great, if we are to judge by the quantities and variety tha
Many of them were very elaborate, and must have cost a great deal of money.
danger that you will get tired if we keep on much longer about the sights of Cant
rticularly the shopping part of it. Besides, we want to go out and see what there
is in Hong-kong, and perhaps we may run across somet