Madsen and White 2011 place the dating of the Imari style as c. Ya Wan Zhen Cang - Delicate Collectable Precious Treasure This appears to be a private collector's or a factory mark. Mark: Zhongguo Jingdezhen Zhi China Jingdezhen made. The calligraphy sides shows, on one side a poem about peonies, and on the other red calligraphy work in ancient script, and in black the Chinese year date for the planter, which is the Jichou year 1889. Hongxian Nian Zhi Hongxian Period Make.
Yu Sang Sing factory name Zuo made. The vase could be traced back in the family to mid 1920s-mid 1940s. Early Peoples Republic period 1949-1966 , probably 1960s. Mark: Unclear mark probably saying Da Qing Tongzhi Nian Zhi, meaning: Great Qing Tongzhi 1862-74 Period Make. Chinese porcelain bowl with floral motif painted underglaze in blue and painted overglaze in red enamel and gold gilt in Imari style. V4jdpPkrLcs Chinese export porcelain saucer in pavilion landscape motif.
Neoclassical rim bands most common on Chinese export porcelain between c. Export quality, genuine mark and of the period, dated 1887. Yongzheng Nian Zhi Yongzheng Period Make Decorative marks, not of the period. Mark: Zhongguo Zhi Zao - China Made. As of January 1, 1912 the Gregorian calendar was adopted by the nascent Republic of China for official business. Mid 20th century or later.
Chinese porcelain saucer painted underglaze blue with bird central motif. Small vase w elephant handles. Mark: Min Gou Tang Shan Tangshan Fine Bone China, Made In China, modern export porcelain, c 1960-80. These were commissioned by Major Samuel Shaw beginning in 1785-a service was given to President George Washington, and another Shaw had made for himself-however in the 1970s a blank service was sold and then painted to look like the original Order of the Cincinnati pieces. Kung owner of the Wa Lee Co.
Min Zheng Xing - name in his porcelain shop in Nanchang, Jiangxi province. This practice have for various reasons continued up until today. Some porcelain I have found in Singapore marked in such way, the dealers have been very adamant that it dated to the 1970s. If you would like my personal help or opinion on something there is a possibility to email me a question, send any number of pictures you like, and help support the site at the same time. Daughter of Axel Gottlieb Palbitzki and Brita Catharina Planting-Bergloo, Wife of Henning Christian Schmiterlöw, Mother of Gustaf Axel Schmiterlöw; Augusta Christina Schmiterlöw; Carl Johan Fredrik Schmiterlöw and Catharina Mathilda Schmiterlöw.
Kaishu - normal script style. What I have been working on for about four or five years is the development of the teapot form in Chinese export porcelain: what happened in the 1600s and 1700s, how the form changed, why it changed, and any documentation having to do with that. Copy of porcelain made for the Empress Dowager Cixi, this bowl probably from the Guangxu period. In the early 1990s I was a neurologist, seeing patients and working 80 hours a week-I was never really relaxing. Kung, porcelain merchant in Hong Kong.
Mid 20th century, probably 1960s. This mark: Probably early to mid 20th century. The characters in the four white panels read counter-clockwise from bottom left wanshou wujiang - boundless longevity. Mark: Jiangxi Jingdezhen Min Ci 3 Hao Cai Jiangxi Jingdezhen Reputable Porcelain No. Name Mark or Collector's Mark, first appeared in the Daoguang 1821-50 period which is the likely date for this mark. This mark belongs to a period when private kilns at Jingdezhen were organized as cooperatives. On the base a reversed stamped Guangxu Nian Zhi seal mark in iron red.
This mark is in the style of Qing Guan pieces. Among the flowers, I found my freedom and joy. Chinese figures, two of The Eight Daoist Taoist Immortals - Ba xian - He Xiangu and Lan Caihe, mid to late 20th century. Jiangxi Ciye Gongsi Jiangxi Porcelain company. This pattern imported in large quantities to the west beginning mid-18th century. All expressed opinions are my personal, based on photos and the owners submitted descriptions, and are not to be used for any financial or commercial decisions but for educational and personal interest only.