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Posted 2 years ago

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hi! i absolutely love my celadon dragon tea set! they are unmarked but my dragon has 5 toes so i am guessing it's chinese and made in the late 1800s...i had my first cup of tea using this set and i couldn't be happier...i was very lucky to get 4 tea cups with matching saucers so i can serve guests...thank you for looking and i welcome any info or comments....love this site!
update:
some very interesting info about celadon, here's the link:
http://arts.cultural-china.com/en/31Arts2144.html
and this link:
http://exhibition.ceramics.ntpc.gov.tw/celadon/en/b_products_00-4.html
Aoki Mokubei 17-18th century master who worked with celadon and made pieces reminiscent of Chinese styles.

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