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vpdx8's items10 of 15Royal Doulton Large Egg Cup? Clarice Cliff style?Whitefriars?
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    Posted 7 years ago

    vpdx8
    (15 items)

    A lovely blue and white glazed vase. Not sure of any value but a great decorative piece nonetheless.
    Although the mark is a tough one to identify. Appears to be slightly blurry (odd?)

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 7 years ago
      I think it is Chinese. The second photo should turn ninety degrees to the right.
    2. vpdx8, 7 years ago
      Thanks vetraio - I've rotated the picture. Hopefully this is now correct.
    3. geo26e geo26e, 7 years ago
      Chinese. Say. Made in King Tak Province.
    4. vpdx8, 7 years ago
      Thanks geo - Is there a date to this piece at all?
    5. geo26e geo26e, 7 years ago
      Hi vpdx8, 'King Tak' is the Cantonese pronunciation. In Mandarin, it is pronounced 'Jing De'. This vase is made circa 1970.

      http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/20thcenturychina.shtml

      Scrow down 1/3 page of this link and look for No. 96.

      George

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