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    Posted 4 years ago

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    Vase is 12" tall, 5-1/2" at widest point, 3-3/4" at base. 1-1/4" top opening.
    The glaze feels like it has pimples. It weighs 2lb -3.7 ounces.
    I thought someone stacked 2 vases on top of each other and have never seen anything like it but I got the description from Gotheborg website after looking for hours.
    I don't know what the red thing is but it feels like a price sticker. I have removed worse so I decided to leave it alone. :)

    Been busy and missed ya'll. Got a lot of smalls I might post. It's kind of embarrassing but know!! :):)
    Thanks for looking and any info!!
    Have a great weekend everybody.

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    1. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      Here is the link I found TRYING to compare the bottom stamp.
    2. wexval, 4 years ago
      The only four character Kangxi reign (1662 to 1722) marks are in a double square, made at Jingdezhen for imperial use and are extremely rare. The mark on this double gourd vase is likely 20th century.
    3. NevadaBlades, 4 years ago
      It is Chinese, not Japanese, so......I'm sorry, but can't help. [;>)
    4. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      Thanks so much wexval. It's fun but so hard to figure out. :) So, is this like a knock off/repo/fake? I have never seen or felt a glaze like this.
    5. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      So embarrassing. Thanks Nevada.
    6. racer4four racer4four, 4 years ago
      That's a great vase - I like double gourds and the blue decor just lifts this.
      Me? I always assume my Chinese (and Japanese) ceramics are 20thC, and I get them confused too!!!
    7. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      Thanks for saving face here Karen. ;) LOL and the love.
      Thanks wexval and again to Nevada.
      Thanks for the loves: martika, mike, Efe, kyra, aura, Nice, Thomas, vetra, kiva, university, LovelyPat, and SEAN. :)
    8. jscott0363 jscott0363, 4 years ago
      Wonderful vase OneGoodFind!
    9. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      Thank you for the comment and love Scott. :)
    10. OneGoodFind OneGoodFind, 4 years ago
      As several others say on here, this item is no longer in my collection.
      If this is not allowed...?? IDK
      Several of my posts have been deleted and I don't understand what I am doing wrong. So any information on that I welcome. You all have been exceptional and supportive and if I have offended anyone or the site I sincerely apologize but please let me know what I have done wrong. Thank you all for your help.
    11. fleafinder fleafinder, 4 years ago
      hello one goodfind i also have a teapot from the kangxi period goes realli well with your gourd. unsure if its real too. It has that double square thingy that wexval mentioned about
    12. shrine shrine, 4 years ago
      I'd like to believe it's actually GuangXu reign period, instead of KangXi. It's a common practice in GuangXu era to mark their best product as KangXi to make customers happy. Even if the mark writing is way better than most Guangxu ware, I still think it's from late 19c.
    13. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      i agree with shrine a sort of kangxi revival stuff

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