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    Posted 6 years ago

    Truman
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    Hi,
    I'm looking to identify the product, who made it, key attributes, compatibles. I would appreciate any information that can light me up this item. It was purchased in USA.
    best regards,
    Milos

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    Comments

    1. wexval, 6 years ago
      The ornamental mark on your modern porcelain bowl is that of the Kangxi reign (1662 to 1722) in the Qing dynasty. It might be ten years old more or less and probably made in China, but there is no way to tell who the maker (kiln) could be.
    2. Truman, 6 years ago
      wexval, thank you very much! Do you think that this is original bowl from that period or a copy?
    3. shrine shrine, 6 years ago
      It's almost impossible to identify the maker, and not necessary. The reign mark itself is WRONG. no offense.
    4. wexval, 6 years ago
      Shrine, maybe you should read Comment 1, no offense.
    5. shrine shrine, 6 years ago
      Wexval, thanks for the heads up, I had read it in the first place and paid attention to the reign mark.

      There are some types of Kangxi reign marks. One of them is "Kangxi nian zhi", which means "Made during Kangxi reign" is commonly found on Imperial and Provencal wares. Another is "Kangxi yu zhi", which means "Made for Emperor Kangxi", like this one in question. However, "Kangxi yu zhi" marks are extremely rare and ONLY found on imperial wares with Enamel color.

      I said the mark is wrong, because this mark appears on a blue and white porcelain.
    6. katherinescollections katherinescollections, 6 years ago
      Wexval and shrine, you both provide such excellent information! :)
    7. Findings, 2 years ago
      why is it wrong ....

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