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Asian Vases175 of 1088Two More Large Chinese Vases..... Thanks Sis !Two late 19th early 20th century Japanese/Chinese vases.
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Findmetrea…
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    I've had this vase in storage for quite some time no. I decided when I moved to get rid of some of my old stuff so I added this vase to social media and got lots of hits. I was only asking for $10 so I decided to take the listing off so I could do some research on it. All I really have found out is that it's a Japanese ginger jar and I have found lots of similar cases but none are the one I have. Does this mean that I have a one of a kind or that it's a fake...I have no idea. So I just kept searching and I found this sight. If anyone has any insight they can share I would be very grateful.

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    1. Zilla Zilla, 4 years ago
      Go right to the bottom of this link and look at the marks under the heading “Seto Porcelain- Yamahiro Toen”

      http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/seto.shtml

      I’m not any kind of expert so I can’t say much more, but hope that helps :-)
    2. Heirloomers, 3 years ago
      This is modern. The Japanese marks are most likely the shop or studio. The 5A is a placement position

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