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Admin03.09.2021

Antique Oriental Ceramics

On the foot rim is sometimes found two Chinese characters meaning "fang gu" or "imitating old relic " which belongs to the time after the Cultural Revolution that ended in 1975.
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Admin18.08.2021

Antique Oriental Ceramics

DECORATED IN HONG KONG 179.
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Admin18.08.2021

Chinese Antique Ceramics (porcelains)

Frequently Asked Questions How do I know if my porcelain is valuable? Thus, look at the bottom of your piece and check for a design that may indicate its manufacturer.
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Admin10.07.2021

How To Identify Unmarked Porcelain: Beginner's Guide

Mark: Jiangxi Jingdezhen Chu Pin Jiangxi Jingdezhen Production Jiangxi Jingdezhen Min Ci - Jiangxi Jingdezhen Reputable Porcelain 437.
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Admin16.09.2021

Shades of Blue: Subtle Differences in Chinese Blue

Mark: Hand painted Made in China, Mid 20 century, probably 1960s or later.
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Admin20.08.2021

How To Identify Unmarked Porcelain: Beginner's Guide

One complicating matter is also that some seal marks that looks stamped could well be hand drawn or, stamped and then manually touched up.
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Admin06.09.2021

Zhang Zhidong 張之洞 and his Bao Bing Xuan Dong 和包氷瓷 plates, an intriguing Late Qing/early C20th pattern on Chinese porcelain

Mark: Xuande Nian Zhi Xuande Period Make.
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Admin13.09.2021

Chinese Antique Ceramics (porcelains)

Interestingly enough the front page of the plate seems to be from 1900-1920 while the foot rim and the flowers scrolls on the back side of the dish gives it away as 1960s or later too.
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Admin15.09.2021

Antique Oriental Ceramics

Mark: Da Qing Qianlong - "Great Qing Dynasty Qianlong Period" 382.
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