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Chinese Pottery239 of 550Large 18 " Chinese "Qianlong" Bas-Relief Vase With Original Brocade and Silk Box / Circa ??Odd little cups from China...
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Cslate
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    Lovely petite teapot of Chinese origin. Looking for assistance with the mark. If anyone can provide more insight, it would be appreciated!

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    1. Collectomaniac Collectomaniac, 4 years ago
      It's nice. I can't read the stamp but you might find a tiny 'artist' character stamp mark under the lid that is easier to research. Also, remove the lid and observe that a straight edge (ruler) lays over the opening and touches perfectly on the tip of the spout and the tip top of the handle. I usually just flip them over on a table and have a look that everything lines up. If thing don't line up, just enjoy it for what it is since it's likely not a 'technical' piece.

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