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Chinese Plates95 of 229?Cloissone Chinese PlateFrom Mainland China 1950's or 1960's
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    Posted 6 years ago

    ERICBOSS8
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    Hello i bought. A couple pieces. This on is like a platter and had small stand beautiful. Art work looks like it was professional. Repaired. Could this be an original. China in red bottom 11×14 roughly. Any help will be much apresaited. Thank you again

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    1. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      This is a piece of porcelain made for the export market in the 1950s/1960s or perhaps a bit later.

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

      "The traditional wisdom has it that between around 1890 until c. 1920 all Chinese items that were to be imported into the US was required to be marked with the word "CHINA" as the country of origin (U.S. Stamp Act of 1894). Quite some uncomplicated research i. e. searching on the Internet confirms that this was not entirely true. Some were marked and some not. It is also far from certain that the practice of marking porcelain with the word CHINA actually ended in the 1920. Some porcelain I have found in Singapore marked in such way, the dealers have been very adamant that it dated to the 1970s. From 1919 the word "CHINA" should have been replaced by the phrase "Made in China" but despite this the single word "CHINA" occurred on pieces made well in to the 1960 and 1970s especially if other markets than North America are considered."
    2. Efesgirl Efesgirl, 6 years ago
      Go to the link and you will see examples of the red stamp "CHINA".
    3. ERICBOSS8, 6 years ago
      Thank you. For your time.and the information. Efesgirl.

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