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Mudwoman

Saskatchewan, Canada

I began collecting Chinese and Japanese porcelain, and ceramic figurines about two years ago. My mainstay with the collection has been learning the history of each pI began collecting Chinese and Japanese porcelain, and ceramic figurines about two years ago. My mainstay with the collection has been learning the history of each piece; the age, region when possible and the meaning behind it. It seems I am as addicted to researching as I am to collecting the wonderful little pieces of art. (Read more)

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I JUST KNEW THESE KIDS WOULD BE BONE! - Asianin Asian
PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE VASES! - Asianin Asian
A RECENT FIND - Asianin Asian
CINNABAR WAX VASE - Asianin Asian
JUST FOUND THIS TODAY NEED HELP - Asianin Asian
SATSUMA CERAMIC EGG - Asianin Asian

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  1. How very thoughtful. Because I'm on an iPad I can quickly make the picture larger and examine the characters.
  2. You are right., but not quite. I should have said what the cavity fill is. Resin is what it is, which was put into the cavity of the bone for a solid, flush and closed base. The marks you see are in t...
  3. I have some cutlass prisoms in diamond shape, but I'm hiding them all now! Your's is surely from pirate's treasure! You are so lucky! Great find!
  4. Oh....so perfect. Beautiful!
  5. Thank you, I'm glad you like them!
  6. Thank you kryatango for the link to Nell. I read once a long time ago that as long as someone living can still say your name, you live too. I surely can see how this applies to Nell.
  7. Thank you vintagelamp! I'm guessing you learned they aren't vases!
  8. Vintagelamp, this is so off topic but I truly would love to know who the beautiful woman is that you use as your avatar? I am so struck with her elegance, beauty, her boldness and class!
  9. Thank you! I was hoping someone might know. As for the bottom it has a number four or else it's a cross with its arms raised up like a sorrel cactus!
  10. It looks like it may be Sanskrit?? Try looking up logos, if you could find the fancy little oval thing beside the signature, it could lead you to perhaps finding your lidded pot. I hope it works for y...
  11. What a wonderful photo! I was simply amazed when I saw this! You love rocks!! Yea! Me too! Fossils and Rocks are my first passion Asian pieces a much newer but much beloved treasures to track down!
  12. Thank you.......ah...you're both so kind.
  13. Absolutely amazing! This is the first one I have ever seen - I am completely infatuated with it!!
  14. Wonderful box of treasures. Lucky you!
  15. Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm! I find the piece most enchanting. It carries the air of time long past, and I do love to daydream of how things before me may have been.
  16. Glad you can appreciate my wax vase. It's quite easy to tell it's wax; it's weight, can be marked like any thing wax, and has a waxy feel though I tend not to handle it too much because it is wax. ...
  17. Thank you! I realize as I read the description just now I had not mentioned the size of the piece which is 18 inches to the highest point on the egg. Thank you for inadvertently bringing this to my at...
  18. Thank you for that detailed description of the dragon! Do you have any idea what it is for, is it to be worn or hung in the home? Or anything about the characters on the back of if?
  19. I am so envious!! What an endearing and wonderful piece to have.
  20. I have one just like it and love it. It actually is a bean jar, has a flat lid which is waxed shut and twine runs through the little hoops, crosses over th top, back through th hoops again and tied of...
  21. I had been seeing these figurines online quite a bit last year then I went to Chinatown in Vancouver. I don't remember the name of the shop unfortunately, but they carried a whole line of these girls....
  22. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I've acquired a few pieces in a short while and trying to learn as much as I can about them, so again thanks for the help it is appreciated!
  23. Thank you, you've proven how a fresh eye can see something different! Now I see it too! I guess I was too wrapped-up in the smoke from the burner. Now even though it looks Satsuma in the band that goe...
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Loves

Chinese Ceramic Marks Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend A majestic Sasaki asian  serving plate My humble Church Welcomes The Pope! Japanese Imari Ginger Jar - ? Foo Dog Boy - California Style my Charles Augustus Lindbergh photo Circa 1788 English Gold Mourning Brooch Chinese New Year, Year of Monkey!   Carved stone of some kind in cloth covered wood box with ivory clasp Trying to find out who the creator is - this item is signed in Japanese Unknown Mark on Bottom of This Oriental Vase

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