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    Posted 11 years ago

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    My sister gave me this, I thought is was tribal but it says "MADE IN CHINA" on the bottom.I love the pattern, it's a little worn but I still adore it.

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    1. Cindy Cindy, 11 years ago
      This is a vase my sister gave to me and we thought it was Indian or Aztec, but it say's (upside down) "MADE IN CHINA"...I love the pattern.
    2. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 11 years ago
      i do to cindy it still looks good in your house
    3. Ilikeart Ilikeart, 11 years ago
      I must agree, it does resemble a pre-columbian piece.The pattern appears to be from one of the early Chinese Dynastys. How long have you had it?
    4. Cindy Cindy, 11 years ago
      Dear ilikeart, i have had it for about 3 years. It's in great condition .
    5. Ilikeart Ilikeart, 11 years ago
      Hi! Cindy, Chinese original ceramics are in great demand do to the Chinese new interest in retriving their old pieces to sell in the Chinese market.
      Did you know that most original early Chinese ceramics were used in burial ceremonies and cultural festivals?

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