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Chinese Plates51 of 82Ceramic plate  by Zhang Jian - Jingdezhen ChinaImperial Jingdezhen 8" Porcelain Plate / Bradford Exchange Limited Edition / Circa 1985 - 92
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Posted 1 year ago

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Made in Jingdezhen ceramic research center China between 1955-1965. No artist seal and signature. Ceramic Guru/collectors are welcome to comment. Size 27 cm ( diameter )

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  1. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    Awesome, collectable.
    Wonder why nobody come to comment.

    This one is from British Museum, Cheers.

    http://imgsrc.baidu.com/forum/w%3D580/sign=8dba281dcd11728b302d8c2af8fdc3b3/8b72970a304e251fc9704374a786c9177e3e5379.jpg
  2. Vintagefran Vintagefran, 9 months ago
    Stunning plate Arocpk. Shrine, maybe its my PC but your link just showed me the kid again, he's starting to look less cute!
  3. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    Hi idcloisonne, the mark should be read from right to left in columns, not rows.
  4. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    Hi Fran, my bad, it should be fine this time.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v258/shrine79/8b72970a304e251fc9704374a786c9177e3e5379_zpscfaa03a3.jpg
  5. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    Hi, idcloisonne, negative.

    Kyo-to (???, Ky?-to-shi) , compare it with the pic above.

    In case your PC doesn't show the Japanese char correctly, google Kyoto, Wiki has the answer.
  6. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    idcloisonne - I've no doubt you've being dealing with chinese/japanese porcelain for long time. You sound certainly knowing a lot of subtle details of the goods you collect. I've highlighted the difference below. Moreover, Kyoto is a two-char word in Japanese kanji, you just believe you found "to", but where is "kyo" first?

    The owner has specified the meaning of mark in his description. I think he's right.
  7. shrine shrine, 9 months ago
    Forgot to upload pics, here you are.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v258/shrine79/UPnamikawaboxsigned1_zps051758f0.jpg

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