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Green Chinese Porcelain Jardiniere Late 1800's -early 1900's

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    Posted 9 years ago

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    My grandparents owned this beautiful piece. I love it! I was told by an expert that this jardinière could be a fish tank or a flower pot that dates to around the Guangxu period (1875-1908) of the Qing dynasty or a few years later into the Early Republic period It's supposedly a typical export piece for the South East Asian market, most probably the Malaccan peninsula today's Malaysia and possibly Singapore. The expert didn't recognize the pattern since it has dragon in it which is supposedly very unusual for this type of design. There's no maker's mark on the bottom. It is approx. 12 inches high with a 17 inch radius.

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    1. nldionne nldionne, 9 years ago
      Forgot to give you a big welcome to CW. You will meet a lot of fantastic people here.
    2. realthings realthings, 9 years ago
      Thanks for the welcome. I'm very happy to have found this community!
    3. apostata apostata, 2 months ago
      make sense , garlands on the rim rough frotte no details in the treetrunk , my guessh is early republic nice vase

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