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ibidbuyship's items3 of 4please help with this chinese chop mark thank you so much for your help....antique chinese monochrome jar...please help identify this mark? many thanks....
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    Posted 1 year ago

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    hi this is another estate collection piece that I am trying to identify, if you have any information I would appreciate your time and thoughts. The only way I know how to describe this piece is to tell you that it feels like it is made of a heavy iron or metal like base with a beautiful rich thick eggplant amethyst purple glaze with embossing. It is definitely an old original piece but I do not see any type of markings or signatures on it. I would love to get feedback from anyone if you have time, many thanks again, aly

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
      FABULOUS !!!

    2. ibidbuyship ibidbuyship, 1 year ago
      hi @vetraio50 ty for your comment sir/ma'am...I think it is chinese but I am not positive I posted it so I could get any help or suggestions that anyone has. It came from an amazing estate collection but unfortunately there was no other information available on it at the time when I purchased it. I don't know how to identify what it is so please feel free to share any thoughts you have. fyi...the top and base are made of a really different feeling material almost like an iron type material if that makes any sense at all, I have several items from this estate that I have no idea how to identify what they are so I appreciate your time very much ;-) aly
    3. apostata apostata, 4 days ago
      it aint dayazai, but it is the same glazing, something like a doudle gourd vase around 1920 ?
    4. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 4 days ago
      the upper rim looks burnished to me. the red color clay would be almost unheard of in China. More likely Mexican, Californian, or Southern European [italian].

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