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Antique, Vtg, Rare ???? Emperial Kangxi Yu Zhi hand Painted Bx With Blue Marking

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Alex395's items3 of 56Chinese Antique Rare Blue White Oval Trinket Bx Rare Markings Antique Asain Vase Need Help on Red Mark ID
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    Posted 3 years ago

    Alex395
    (56 items)

    Outstanding Hand Painted Details.
    Very Interesting Especially the Blue Markings.
    Please help me on The Id of the Blue Marking.
    What really did I Find.

    Thank You

    Alex

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    1. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
      looks nice, but doesn't look old to me. i've learned to be pretty cautious about age of chinese porcelain. but if the piece is nice enough, it almost doesn't matter if it's brand new!
    2. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      kangzx nian zhi

      in the frame

      in the mark right under are 4 dots

      there is a simple rule a framed mark with4 caracters witn dots is almosy always after 1890after i think this is made quite late around something like 1950

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