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Admin23.08.2021

China and Pottery Marks—A Project Gutenberg eBook

A warm thank you also goes to John R.
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Admin29.07.2021

Chinese porcelain painters and marks on dated porcelain

For a very Similar Inscribed Blue and White Yuan Stem Cup See : Chinese Blue and White Ceramics S.
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Admin13.06.2021

Kangxi Chinese Porcelain and its Reign Marks «

Earlier in the 1930s his ceramic works had influence at home and abroad.
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Admin26.08.2021

Collecting guide: 10 tips on Chinese ceramics

The majority of all marks encountered on antiques are reign marks.
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Admin24.07.2021

China and Pottery Marks—A Project Gutenberg eBook

Continuing the legacy of the Ming period, most Kangxi wares used Kaiti Kaishu marks.
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Admin10.07.2021

Identifying Marks and Inscriptions

OTHER MARKS An Unusual Large Ming Dynasty Inscribed Pottery Ridge Tile c.
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Admin07.09.2021

Reign marks on Chinese ceramics: An expert guide

During the Wanli period 1573-1619 , for example, blue and white wares often had a greyish-blue tone, while in the Jiajing period 1522-1566 , the tone was almost purplish-blue.
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Admin27.07.2021

Kangxi Chinese Porcelain and its Reign Marks «

Pottery Marks on Earthenware Earthenware items were always the most unlikely to be marked in China.
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Admin19.08.2021

Marks on Chinese Porcelain

A Longqing Dish of this Pattern was Exhibited in Germany See : Ming-Porzellane in Schwedischen Sammlungen Berlin and Leipzig 1935 Collection of H.
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