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    Posted 12 years ago

    AndreBarto…
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    I just inherited this beautiful vase. I have no clue about it's origin and would be delightful to have new information about it. Thanks in advance for sharing your knowledge with me!

    Kind regards,

    André Bartolomeu

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    1. AndreBartolomeu, 12 years ago
      Thank you Jim for sharing your knowledge :) Kind regards!
    2. apostata apostata, 4 years ago
      well it seems like a proc vase and actually its a rather well quality
    3. apostata apostata, 3 years ago
      this is an Biyunxuan-zhi, and means something like made for the terrace of the aquamarine clouds its origine is kangxi period, as was his kangxi contemporain sister/ brother made for the hall of green jade mark

      the translation is not so precise because of the Bi spelling which actually from the getgo is committed to jade , so teal jade got the same connotation as blue jade i think in chinese

      it is made around 1920 probably so not PROC

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