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    Posted 4 years ago

    ThebossMar
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    Chinese Antique Bowl— Som from Yuan Dynasty and one from Ming Dynasty

    I literally paid $33 Total for all of these. It was an awesome day for me. ;)

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    1. rockbat, 4 years ago
      Wow, What a score. These were cheap as chips a few years ago, and I still do not think they are appreciated enough. I have a ton myself, so they look real good to me. Is that a Yuan or Ming Cizou ? Maybe a shipwreck, or from some of those giant kilns they dig up. I am not sure if you can import these into America anymore, at least easily. Nice score.
    2. ThebossMar, 4 years ago
      Thank you. Yes, the cizhou ware bowl is from Yuan Dynasty— and the blue small bowl is indeed a kitchen ware Qing Dynasty C. 1600s.
    3. ThebossMar, 4 years ago
      I don’t know about the rest of the bowls, but they have similarities such as the I guess firing flaws in the middle or might be a spur marks.

      The big bowl next to cizhou ware intrigued me a little bit,.. it has cross spur mark on the base as well. First time seeing a cross spur mark on the base.
    4. wayisland, 4 years ago
      i purchased two of these bowls recently as study subjects.
      i am curious if they are replicas of originals.
    5. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 years ago
      wow!! amazing bowls! i love them!
    6. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      very nice yuan bowl, the kitchen plate is known, is not from 1600 , but the transitional period
      this is not shipwreck porcelain , otherwise the glazing would be bleached by the salt of the sea
    7. wma, 1 year ago
      For $33 these are fine, but they are definitely not what they claim to be for the following reasons:
      1. The spur marks are sandy and indistinguishable, when they should be clear and comes in 5 or 7.
      2. The glaze is too shiny.
      3. The foot is wrong (too high in many examples) and the "dirt" too artificial.

      See this for reference: http://www.koh-antique.com/fujianceramics/fceramics.htm

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