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Antique 18th C. Qing Dynasty Qianlong Marked Cloisonne Bronze Snuff Bottle

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Posted 4 years ago


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An antique Qianlong marked Chinese Qng Dynasty cloisonne enamel on bronze snuff bottle. Collectible antique in excellent antique condition. Circa 1723-1795.
I don't know much more about this item. If anyone has any thoughts or info they can share with me regarding this would be gratefully appreciated.

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  1. davezquanw davezquanw, 4 years ago
    The Chinese word "long" is incorrectly written for the "Qianlong mark". Logically, a genuine imperial piece will not allow that. I shared my thoughts, but why did you remove it?
  2. davezquanw davezquanw, 4 years ago
    You can do a quick search on Google to compile how the marks are written on various Qing Qianlong antique pieces. Due to the severity of making mistakes in creating a masterpiece for the Emperor, genuine items are almost flawless.
  3. archangel275th archangel275th, 4 years ago
    I am sorry, I did not mean to. I was clicking on stuff and that was a mistake. I thank you for your comments.
  4. asiannut asiannut, 2 months ago
    This is not old, too bright and no worn base. Nice not antique.

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