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    Posted 2 months ago

    ho2cultcha
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    I think that this is a Sung Dynasty piece, although not sure. I have a fb friend who is a real expert and he gives me pretty frank feedback. I'll let you all know what he says when i hear from him. If it is right, it's probably the prettiest of my collection of Pre-Ming pieces. It is a tiny bit over 5 inches tall.

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    1. renedijkstra, 2 months ago
      it doesn,t feel good
    2. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 months ago
      i've been getting very good feedback on this piece on the early Chinese ceramics fb page. there are some very knowledgeable participants on that page. so far, people think it may be a funerary object from the Song dynasty. I found some very similar ones which are Han. maybe Ding ware? for sure it is early Chinese white ware of some kind.
    3. renedijkstra, 2 months ago
      actually its a Zàng g?ng discussion is this longquan kiln, it had this discussion before with an other participant on this site as well long about the Russell Tyson collection, long ago

      why aren,t there firing points
      why is there no uneveness on glaze
    4. renedijkstra, 2 months ago
      who confirmed this for facebook Bachtiar or Antique chinese porcelain ?
    5. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 months ago
      Simon Ng amongst others at Early Chinese Ceramics and Porcelain.
    6. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 months ago
      renedijkstra - i don't know what you are talking about. Alot of early chinese white ware have very even glaze. what do you mean by 'firing points'?
    7. renedijkstra, 2 months ago
      wel let simon appraise it , the only problem is he is in Kowloon i think
    8. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 months ago
      He's a ceramics scholar in Hong Kong somewhere - maybe Kowloon. why is that a problem?
    9. renedijkstra, 2 months ago
      the probleme is there arent much Sung specialist, when you run the Sothesby base , a lot of pieces bounced are where hammered for very low prices

      the second probleme the market got flooded late 1800 , with sung like vases, i always got in problems when i auctioneerd this , people asked for a reserve of 4000 dollars,
      we always decided , you may get a reserve for 400-600 otherwise find another-auctioneer

      you cant appraise this by means of a photograph ,
    10. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 2 months ago
      that's true. i think it needs to be evaluated by someone in person for anything realistic.

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