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Admin22.08.2021

Gerald Davison

A Very Rare Inscribed Porcelain Kiln Waster, Probably Ming Dynasty 1368-1644.
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Admin21.07.2021

Collecting guide: 10 tips on Chinese ceramics

Label to the Base and another to the Fitted Box.
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Admin16.09.2021

Identifying Marks and Inscriptions

APOCRYPHAL JIAJING MARKS AND LATER MARKS COPYING JIAJING Apocryhal Jiajing Marks and Later marks copying jiajing Apocryphal marks are frequently encountered on Chinese porcelain particularly on Kangxi Blue and White Porcelain, the mark of the Ming Emperor Chenghua who reigned from 1465 to 1487 being by far the most common, other Ming marks include Jiajing 1522-1566 and less frequently Wanli 1573-1620.
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Admin19.08.2021

Antiquarian & Collectible Books for Sale

There are books written on this but they are in Chinese so….
Admin05.08.2021

Reign marks on Chinese ceramics: An expert guide

This mark has no factory number and the pattern is completely hand painted Jiangxi Jingdezhen Ming Ci Nanchang Yuejin Shang Fang? Properly storing old books and manuscripts helps keep them in their current condition and maintain their value.
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Admin28.06.2021

Antiquarian & Collectible Books for Sale

Tu Juting was a native of Nanchang until he moved to Jingdezhen in the late 1940s Untranslated? OTHER MARKS MING DYNASTY 1368 — 1644.
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Admin07.08.2021

CHINESE REPUBLIC (1912

Asian Art Forums or the Gotheborg Discussion group come to mind.
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Admin26.07.2021

Reign marks on Chinese ceramics: An expert guide

Jiajing 1522 — 1566, Large Ming Porcelain Bowl.
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Admin11.08.2021

Identifying Marks and Inscriptions

It is a rare form and a Tianqi mark is very unusual on shaped vessels.