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Chinese Porcelain3 of 7Brush pot Chinese or Japanese?Antique? Chinese Imari-like Plate~Raised Design, unmarked,...any ideas?
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Posted 3 years ago


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I have about seven plates like this one. Someone told me it was around 300 years old. I have no ideo how old or what kind of plate it is. I have seen old ones that look like this type. On the other side of the plate is a chinese marking. I was hoping that someone out there could help. Thanks. Richard

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  1. Richard Alvarez, 3 years ago
    Thanks, but what do you mean SHOW THAT.
  2. Richard, 3 years ago
    What do you mean Bonham's, I don't know who thay are. The plates I got was from an 90 something lady. She said they came around the turn pike. I think that means befor the panama canal. Thanks for the comment. Richard
  3. Dickytheboy50 Dickytheboy50, 3 years ago
    Thanks alot, I will do that. Thanks, Richard
  4. Dickytheboy50 Dickytheboy50, 3 years ago
    Thanks again. Out of the seven plates that I have I will photo the best marking, and maybe post it in the show and tell.
  5. lisaatlarge, 3 years ago
    I think these are Japanese porcelain plates, part of a set made for export after 1900. You will find multiples examples on Ebay with the same mark.

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