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    Posted 8 years ago

    lundy
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    hi ,yard sale item , normal size plate , would anyone know how old this may be , I not sure if it is enamel , there is a separate black mark on the back , thank you

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    1. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 years ago
      It's very nice lundy,Looks Chinese.. I'll see what I can find out about the mark. Sometimes they are just greetings and salutations like "Good fortune and long life" and pieces are not always from the period if the mark says it's old. Very tricky to ID Asian porcelain. Looks like something I've seen before though. -Mike-
    2. mikelv85 mikelv85, 8 years ago
      Here you go lundy...It's a fairly modern piece. This mark in variations was used on porcelain from the late 60's to 90's.It's read from right to left starting with the character that looks kind of like our small "t". It basically says. Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi. Meaning: "Great Qing Qianlong Period Make". The other little black mark could be an artist of factory mark. This site is a great resource for Chinese and Japanese marks. http://gotheborg.com/marks/index-china-marks.htm
    3. lundy lundy, 8 years ago
      mikeelv85 thank you so much
    4. lundy lundy, 7 years ago
      this plate is something like that jar, any help would be great ty
    5. apostata apostata, 8 months ago
      mikelv 85 is very skilled , but this time i think he is wrong, the mark is a highbrow exlusive type of Tongzhi Nian Zhi Da Qing, but , time and period are attractive for faking
      so the question is how to fake, do we fake it the Republic Period way or the proc way
      the mark is too watery and not ferro red enough , so its faked the Proc way

      the triangle ( factory and presing) and the pastel colors makes it late, somewhere around 1980 or something like that
    6. lundy lundy, 8 months ago
      Wow thank you so much for the comment Very very helpful thank you
    7. apostata apostata, 8 months ago
      sort of substantiaton otherwise i have to run whole database ( was a nobrainer actually) zie catawiki lot43016061 , not a completly right comparison , because its a republic period pendant , yours is proc , but to good an idea, , don,t trust marks , trust the quality
    8. lundy lundy, 8 months ago
      Well thank you so much Aposta I wish I had that much knowledge

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