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    Posted 4 years ago

    disneypoppop
    (17 items)

    Approx. 19" H X 9" W. Purchased yesterday (3-25-17) from a gentleman who said he bought it at an auction in New Orleans in 1980 (so it goes). I guess there are about a million of these things out there today. However, this one caught my eye and I could not resist the price of $10. Looking to possibly have the "Stamp" interpreted. Any other information would be greatly appreciated. Some diry areas, should I leave them alone? Thanks, Pop

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    1. disneypoppop, 4 years ago
      Was it common practice to glaze the interior of these jars. And, what is best way to describe this, a cloisonne jar? Thanks
    2. Zilla Zilla, 4 years ago
      For the stamp look about half way down on this link under Qianlong
      http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/qingmarks.shtml#qianlong
    3. Zilla Zilla, 4 years ago
      And also here just over half way down the page under the section Qianlong Nian Zhi, Da Qing
      http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/20thcenturychina.shtml#qianlong
    4. disneypoppop, 4 years ago
      Zilla, thanks very much for the information. You probably saved me hours of research to get the info. Kudos also to "Collectors Weekly". Great site, with folks willing to help others. Thanks Again, Pop

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