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Posted 2 years ago


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I found this vase at an antique mall for $20.Its about 13" tall and about 5" across at the widest part.My Sister In Law is from China and said the stamp is an old language she doesn't know.She believes its over 100 years old.If anyone can give me more information I would be very thankful.

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  1. jwendell222 jwendell222, 2 years ago
    The mark reads top down and right to left: Great Qing, Qianlong, Period Make. The Qianlong Reign was 1736 - 1795. This is a very popular mark on modern reproduction porcelain. Regards, Jim
  2. PaPicking, 2 years ago
    Thanks for the information Jim! With all the reproductions out there are there any tell tale clues as to spot the difference? I know the chances are slim to none that this is the real deal but I knew it was worth the sellers price.
  3. jwendell222 jwendell222, 2 years ago
    Hello PaPicking, I'm not a collector of Chinese dynastic porcelain, but I would think this is late 20th century. You can likely get a more refined estimate by posting here:
    It's easy to sign up, but there is a posting lag while they check for spam. There is a 99 KB limit on picture size, but your are all under (75 to 86 KB). I'd post the front shot, closeup, and stamp. Good luck, Jim
  4. PaPicking, 2 years ago
    Thanks Jim! I'll give it a go.

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