According to the record, the earliest Zhang Xiao Quan Knives and Scissors Shop was built in 1911. Later there were several such shops in Shanghai. In 1956, 3 Zhang Xiao Quan Shops merged into one. There are various scissors for different uses in the shop
Wuliangcai opened a jewel and jade ware shop in 1720, he sold glasses also. The glasses business developed greatly, he turned his shop to a glasses shop with the name of
Wuliangcai. It has produced Wuliangcai glasses since 1896. This glass has advantages of high elasticity, no deformation, anti- corrosion and fadeless.
It was the largest silks and satins shop in Shanghai in 1936. It deals in silks and satins, gong satins, silks with embroidery and silk and satin quilt covers. It was rebuilt to Lao Jie Fu Commercial Building in 1993.
Xin Guang Optical Instrument Shop is an old shop formerly called Wanjing), in fact the city's most famous shop specializing in both old and new optical instruments and second-hand instruments. Its staff are also among the very few people in Shanghai who can repair old cameras. It sold only modern products for a while after changing its name to the present Xin Guang, but recently resumed dealing in old and antique optical instruments.
It was opened by a French man in 1864. Later it was transferred many times and the business situation has been quite good. The total sale of the shop is the highest in the clock field of Shanghai for many years.
Founded in 1927, Shanghai Heng Yuan Xiang Knitting Wool Company Ltd. is a Chinese old name shop. It has 5 factories with more than 30 production lines. It has a capacity of producing over 10,000 tons of knitting wool.
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