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    Posted 11 months ago

    Steptoe1
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    ello I have this antique vase and I am wondering if anyone can help me with more information about it please

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 11 months ago
      This shaped vessel with lid is called a Ginger Jar.
      But I know nothing more that would help you.
      It’s lovely, by the way!
    2. Steptoe1 Steptoe1, 11 months ago
      Thanks watch search, I have had it around 6 years, I think it’s chinese but maybe Japanese
    3. Steptoe1 Steptoe1, 11 months ago
      I also thought the small round ones were ginger jars,
    4. BittyBetty876 BittyBetty876, 11 months ago
      It is a Japanese Ginger Jar, less frequently known as a Japanese Urn or Lidded Vase. A couple similarly designed Japanese Ginger Jar examples to research are the TOYO and ARTMARK brands. These jars often had foil or paper labels instead of painted marks on the bottom making it difficult to identify years later after the labels wear off.
    5. Steptoe1 Steptoe1, 7 months ago
      Thanks Betty great help

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