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    Posted 6 years ago

    avwiljamm
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    These are about 6" tall. The are porcelain and I'm not sure what the brown material or this style is called. What era would these be from? Any guesses?

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 6 years ago
      this could be pretty good pair of vases. but we won't know unless you post a clear photo of the base - face on - both of them even.
    2. avwiljamm, 6 years ago
      In the second photo, the second vase is flipped upside down. Doesn't appear to have anything inscribed.
    3. shrine shrine, 6 years ago
      You have good eyes for Chinese porcelains. Just like your other finding, they are also from late 19c. I guess you found them in the same garage sale. The brown stuff is colored mud used widely in late 19c Chinese porcelain. It's called vase, or "Gu" vase.

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