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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Matching pair or mirrored pair of translucent bone china vases.
    They are only 5" 1/4 tall 2" across top and 3" across the bottom and are in excellent condition.
    The art work is beautifully done. I was hoping someone could help me with this.

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 7 years ago
      very similar to a pair i found recently:
    2. Behrinmind Behrinmind, 7 years ago
      Thanks ho2cultcha. A lot of information to look for. The red marks a similar.
    3. wexval, 7 years ago
      The mark, a fantasy, is for Qianlong (1736 to 1795), a reign in the Qing dynasty. The style is that of vases made at Jingdezhen, with typical diaper and bats at the throat and decoration at the base. The red stamps, round above square on the left of the Chinese characters, and the pear shape on the right, are almost a Jingdezhen trademark, The vases date to the second half of the last century or later. With the Qianlong base mark rather than Jingdezhen's own mark, I would think later. I am mot able to see where the characters fit as they don't show at all on either view (photos 1 and 2) of the vases. Cheers, Val
    4. Behrinmind Behrinmind, 7 years ago
      Thanks Wexval! I changed two of the pictures. I hope you can see them better. I did finally figure out the Jingdezhen mark. Other than that I am lost. Mid 20th century?
    5. apostata apostata, 8 months ago
      wexval is right , and wexval is always right by the way, this is pending jewel design under the decapitated ruyi heads
      this is second generation so something like the 60 ties

      it,s is still cute , but it got some problems, this is at best a hybril at least are the ruyi and the pending transfere ware, still cute

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