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Asian Tea Sets11 of 273A VINTAGE CHILD'S TEA SETID Help Needed Please For Chinese or Japanese Cherry Blossom Signed Dish Tea Set
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    Posted 7 months ago

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    Hi, any suggestions about this piece? No mark on them. It's a gorgeous little tea set! Saucer and cup. I am guessing it's Asian...
    Thanks in advance!

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    1. APEXantiques APEXantiques, 7 months ago
      They look like early 20th century Chinese Dehua Spiral Lotus pattern pieces to me.
      They are a continuation of a pattern that dates back to the Ming Dynasty, many examples of this pattern were on the 1812 Chinese shipwreck of the Tek Singh.
    2. cipele, 7 months ago
      Hi, thanks for taking the time. Looking closer, I am starting to think that they are two separate pieces, and not a set. Do you think so too?
      After my research, I am wondering if the cup only, might be Qing 18th century Decorated in Ming style lingzhi fungi?
    3. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      actually your statement implies Kangxi related, which it is not , the blue would be corroded probably ( blackened , the rim is off , ought to an blue white thin rim or an coffee rim , and the glazing is to shallow this is probably quite new and not even a revival piece and the one on the right is a shablone piece quite new
    4. cipele, 2 months ago
      Thank you for the information.
      I appreciate you taking the time!

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