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Asian Bowls84 of 482Vintage Hong Kong Bowl in PewterMillieflora  pattern modern version of a Cloissonne type bowl with wood stand, Chinese not something I'm usually into
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    Posted 4 years ago

    ho2cultcha
    (4967 items)

    This bowl is very thin and lightweight. it has 3 dragons on it and each has 5 claws on each foot. It's signed with the typical Jingdezhen mark. Not sure of age though.

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    1. apostata apostata, 2 years ago
      could i get a picture of the inner bowl
    2. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      to difficult for me , and the lack of information did,not help either
      it is signed qianlong , which makes it more difficult to date mostly this type of bowls are signed guanghu

      this are the questions
      1 is it possible to syncronise this mark with with an multicolore dragon during the qianlong periode ( no it,s not ( only yellow green with a denser glazing)

      2 what about the , actually quite delicate it is not made the easy way out ( see 5 pronged left under instead of the lazy 3 prong)

      3 there is an difference of fluidum in the mark ( tony Allen sees this as an benefit , compared the one stroking of an symbol)

      4 crosshatch and dots missing on the belly of the dragon ( also an theory of tony allen i believe) defines Guanghu, in this not so significant because the dragon is red there is no use for emphasing)

      5 why is the orange so diluded , just style could be guanghu , there are different qualities

      6 an silly question HOW WHITE IS WHITE ( Anthony Lee Asian art reseach)
      the white porcelain ground was used for white The use of white enamels on porcelain came generally late to post Qing Dijnasty and predomniantly on export wares

      i am inclined to think this is probably early Republic ot ( les likely late Guanghu )
    3. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      2 addendum what about the mark
    4. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      the brown rim is also missing

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