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    Posted 3 years ago

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    Inherented, know it's atleast 100 years old.

    Want to know more about it.

    Age/ worth/ care....... .

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    1. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      Hi Tammy, and Welcome to CW! :^) I think that it's a antique Famille Rose vase, but don't know much about them, except if real, can be valuable, if the right type! Try searching for it, to see what they are, but someone will know about them, on CW! Good Luck! :^)
    2. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      Here's some that are on CW that you can check out for a start, and maybe someone that commented on the other posts can help you!

      Good Searching! :^)
    3. billretirecoll billretirecoll, 3 years ago
      This is what you could hope for, but not likely! :^D
    4. noob, 3 years ago
      The mark in red is a Qianlong seal mark, but I’m afraid the shape and decoration are not convincing.

      There seems to be more white ground in the pictorial section than one usually expects, and the decoration bordering the pictorial section from the neck and from the base somehow seem ‘insubstantial’, less elaborated than usual.

      If we could see clear, close-up detail of the decoration on the neck, we should be able to see what quality effort went into this.

      (I would guess 20th century.)

    5. ho2cultcha ho2cultcha, 3 years ago
      Some of the best Chinese porcelains were made in the Republic period 1912-1949. the fretwork looks pretty good on this but without good sharp photos of the entire base, we cannot tell you much.
    6. apostata apostata, 2 years ago
      well everybody is right, and Noob is very awoke because he saw the qianlong influences
      in the early republic they faked qianlong , see scrolling lotus design in combition with the pointillism in the green above the rocks

      its easy to see its early republic because the dark green ain,t right

      i cant talk value its forbidden
    7. apostata apostata, 9 months ago
      sorry i have to intrude i need to explain this for a friend

      we explained the kaishu script and now web try to explain zuanshu script

      Take a chart Ching Dynasty marks left rows

      10 reigns 60 symbols

      here 6 characters from left to write
      left 1 top row no signifance top row right non significant

      bottom row left not signifant, bottom row right non significant, why because they are all the same

      so only the mid section is important,

      actually we have to remind yongzheng , qianlong tonzhi for praktical reason, otherwise you try the mid section for instance for an seldom daogung

      as an bonus we forget kangxi they appear mostly kaishu script as a 4 dot , and if you encounter itzuanshu script is complete bull s,,,, its a recent macao invention

      so we take it the easy way out yongzheng qianlong and tongzhi, not even guanghu because it appears almost always the kaishu script

      remember it is only the mid section what matters

      So we got in Yongzheng an major F type of symbol so it is yongzheng of course it is fake but you got the mark, well it is easy you only search for the capital F

      qianlong take the mid one under three beads at a tape , i always call it an meerkat in dutch i don,t know the english word

      tongzhi in this case we take the smiling open mouth is always the indicator even when it is an 4 character , the trouble is almost always an fake recent macao made mark

      bit chaotic , but i am sure by frequency you covered the very most

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