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Chinese Pottery269 of 465Mystery Vase; Possibly ChinesePorcelain fish bowl
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Alex395
    (56 items)

    Need help to ID this fantastic find.
    What is the style design Called. Chinese Export markings ??
    A total of 13 Hand Panted Dragon Details on The Bowl and Lid.
    Thanks for your Help.

    Alex

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    Comments

    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 years ago
      hi alex. this looks like a brand new censer - to burn incense.
    2. Alex395 Alex395, 4 years ago
      Hi ho2cultcha,

      Thank you for help.

      Alex

    3. Karenoke Karenoke, 4 years ago
      I was guessing it was a flower frog with the most stem holes I've ever seen.
      So I'm sure Ho2cultcha is correct.
      Pretty!
    4. Haze Haze, 4 years ago
      Hello Alex, the marks on your lovely censor are Ming period Wanli marks only in reverse order for westerners to read left to right, the paper label is not new. I believe the marks, label and ageing to the foot rim date the piece to the 1970's to 80's, hope this is of some help. Jonathan at Haze

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