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    Posted 8 years ago

    loveyardsa…
    (33 items)

    This is maybe better pictures from my post 24 hours ago. What do you think about these. There are chips of paint loss inside bowl. And also there is some kind of red stamp inside.

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    1. Vintage_Joe Vintage_Joe, 8 years ago
      Pictures are much better now, looks old but they always do.
      Chinese make copies from old items and they copy stamps too.
      It can be late 1800's. I wondering what is that stamp in center of bowl.
    2. loveyardsales, 8 years ago
      I don't know what that red stamp inside bowl is, maybe somebody knows.
    3. loveyardsales, 8 years ago
      Thanks shrine could you leave me a comment on my new pictures as to what you think.
    4. Northchuck, 4 years ago
      Your dish belongs to a type known as Chinese Straits or Nonya ware which was manufactured and exported specifically to the Chinese Straits area, the Philippines and environs. It only appeared in the West during the latter 19th Century, brought by Chinese immigrants to North America. It is often coarsely made and gaudily decorated but not without charm and has become highly collectible. The red mark on the interior is a modern government stamp that allows for the piece to be exported from China. It often, but not always, is found on pieces between 50 to 100 years old.
    5. loveyardsales, 4 years ago
      WOW! Thank you so much @northchuck! I haven't been on here in a couple of years and decided to check and see what I had put on here and I'm so glad I did. I do still have this never did find anything on it but now I know!! Can you please look at the other dish that I have, the over the wall dragon. Thank you again!!
    6. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 years ago
      i didn't know that goldfish were a nonya theme? they are very specific about what is and what isn't considered nonya or peranakan.
    7. loveyardsales, 4 years ago
      Thanks ho2cultcha so you don't think this is a nonya? What do you think it is? Thanks
    8. loveyardsales, 4 years ago
      Or peranakan?
    9. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      the analysis is wrong , this is a tongzhi piece , and this is not in the nonya way of writhing Tongzi see peraankan nonlya in the issuu section ISSUU !

      second of all its a known Wanli theme, and this theme it,s rear and of very well quality, see the deadheadbutterfly somewhere on this site is the same periode
    10. loveyardsales, 1 year ago
      Thank you apostata!

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