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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Hi I have had this for a long time never could find out anything about it. Can anyone read the red mark or know how old it is? It's about 8 inch across. Paint in spots are thick. Any help would be great! TIA

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    1. loveyardsales, 2 years ago
      And also there is a mark inside the dish you can see in the top right picture beside flower.
    2. loveyardsales, 2 years ago
      Thank you renedijkstra for your reply! I uploaded another picture of the the mark not that it will make any difference. Whoever made it made it very thin and very light weight. Thank you again.
    3. Jewelryantiquelover, 2 years ago
      Would make a cute ring/bracelet/watch dish
    4. loveyardsales, 1 year ago
      Thank you renedijkstra you are right it is sloppy looking and the paint is really thick in spots? I really like it though I have had for years. so you think it's a tongzhi? Thank you so much for your time!
    5. loveyardsales, 1 year ago
      O wow thank you renedijkstra! I was reading it wrong. Thank you so much for your knowledge and time.
    6. apostata apostata, 1 year ago
      i made a very tiny mistake i see ( if i truely blunder i admit it also)

      tongzhi is the periode 1862-1874

      this is probably xianfeng 1851-1861and the made the mark a fu..... puzzle

      the mark is inconsistent, the left mark under is the chinese word for MADE, but the other word for made ought to be used, and the left mark above is Xianfeng

      and the xianfeng mark ought to rotate

      they made pea souper out of the mark

      it does,not matter at all for time and value reasons , but it is a bit sloppy of me
    7. loveyardsales, 1 year ago
      Thanks apostata!

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