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Chinese Pottery509 of 550Famille Rose Vase Republic Period 1912-49 HONGXIAN NIAN ZHIJapanese or Chinese stoneware?  What is it?
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    Posted 6 years ago

    Porcelainl…
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    This is another beautiful pottery vase that I don't know where it was made. It was being used as a planter in Del Mar, CA. The only thing that I know is that is very beautiful. And it measures 10"x 12". I will appreciate any help thank you.

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 6 years ago
      Chinese. not Japanese.
    2. Porcelainlover Porcelainlover, 6 years ago
      Thank you for your help.
    3. Porcelainlover Porcelainlover, 6 years ago
      Somebody told me they were planters from Mexico. Could they be?
    4. Porcelainlover Porcelainlover, 6 years ago
      This vase is 18th century Japanese earthenware. Thanks to the wonderful help of Sandra Simon.

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