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  1. actually the mark is an enigma to me , but it is not an abbreviated kangxi for sure, this mark is not known to me in the republic , i actually wonder if it is a mainland mark, stencilled i don,t , be...
  2. wtf is the left one , it looks a sort mandarin chinese signed, wtf a sort of shantou clearing mark around 1920 , this has to go to asian art forum
  3. it reads Nippon Tokusei Japan Special Made red rising sun , this ought to be peribellum but it aint , this is from the seventees on
  4. well us usual Pete did an excellent job concerning the assesment, it is a famille verte vase , but i think this is rather difficult first of all the picture makes it a guessing game so i got just ...
  5. were are the crosshatch granula and the Schreger lines ?
  6. i need your opinion are concrete tetrapods Shizen or is this an teleological sophism
  7. addendum we need 8 characters
  8. this is too difficult for me , this is a Nihon - Yokohama- Imura Zo = Japan - Yokohama - made by Imura.i thought when it was subcontracted we need characters, i still believe it is meijji , because ...
  9. sorry i forgot it is transfer ware , actually transfer ware is underrated , because it was an art in it self , for instance the piecrust plates (igezara) with the brown rim lets say 1880-1910 are i th...
  10. 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 ...
  11. i have to guess here , because the spread is to wide it is a dai nippon zo combination , blue white willow pattern , probably meijji
  12. to me it looks late republic
  13. i like this very much it is vibrant and radiant typical Banko , Alabama Stitt wrote about this, and she did, not make mistakes , i thought we were committed to fin de siecle because of the crackle ...
  14. i got the same question , why is this late Victorian or early 1900 ?
  15. abbreviated qianlong mark family rose, made very recent , they changed the mocca rim for a gilt rim , hong kong or macao
  16. shang copy ice bucket
  17. rotate the mark for the open mouth symbol , it is upside down
  18. the mark is tongzhi , because of the open mouth at the back, it is real , the corrosion is ok , and the frame of the mark is closed,, the garlands are swirling bamboo, so it is most likely TIME AND PE...
  19. i can,t read the mark, kind of watery mark , the actual point is the frame of the mark is open , not so likely to be a Guangxu run out , still cute
  20. ever heard of Wannsee Conference -
  21. i could flip this stuff almost every week , i probably would be rich , well i prefer to stay poor
  22. adversus solem ne loquitor
  23. i don,t know what to think , so i am not a much of a help here this is a kangxi abbreviated mark , you have to rotate this the 4 dots symbol which is now left above , must be right under = kangzh...
  24. much earlier pieces are not so likely because the jimao= 1879 pieces etc are dedicated to xingquang signed different , so now i gonna play poker best regards Waki
  25. i am running xinmao which is the chinese year 1891 , i am not not an expert in this , but i thought i have seen this in the Braga collection or Setzer collection , the point is the owner got rights o...
  26. no i think it is more complicated , this has to go an expert , the addition is unclear , but it is not uncommon not to sign with WU Zi =1888 Ji Chou- 1889or GengYin 1890 , its probably not an rench...
  27. hahaha i love you kid =A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same (to varying extent) as another word but differs in meaning. A homophone may also differ in spelling. The two words may be spel...
  28. lol this is worldfamous , it is the bugatti among deux cheveau , haha fun
  29. daiza boru is a term for an pedestal combination , in ancient time used together with the compound namely stoneware so we got a pedestal , but it won,t solve the problems , is it for compote or for...
  30. Sandra has to do this in case it is taisho, when she is not in , Bill H of asian art forum has to do it in case if it is Nagoya related
  31. actually i do,t see the problem Hayashi Hachizaemon ery nice made fin de siecle
  32. i like this probably early republic period , i like this
  33. looks like a sort of nanking ware fin de siecle, but the beehive crackle is spurious light
  34. probably japanese , can,t see the impressed mark too unclear maybe yamatoku related ?
  35. this is no told this is a qianlong mark from the PROC period , from 1960 on , probably even later because of the Purge period in between
  36. kyandi correction
  37. some people say it is a Kyand? daiza boru, well i dont know
  38. howdy Michael van Gerwen lovely filigrain taidelasi, well done
  39. i wonder if it is a candydish,i thought they served awadama and outokome in it , i am not sure
  40. this has to go to an expert the seal is old and cleared
  41. zongghuo ware recent
  42. macao ware , very recent made
  43. it reads wakayama , so it is a wakayama dish not old ,but cute
  44. correction nabeshima
  45. impressed marks are never old this is japanese and it is Seiji Kaisha from the joint venture participating Fukagawa very late meijji period and probably somewhat later ,because there is a run out ...
  46. hahaha it is a takarabuna treasure (see symbol seal ) ship of the seven lucky gods In Japanese folklore, the Takarabune (??), or "Treasure Ship", is a mythical ship piloted through the heavens by ...
  47. don,t underestimate this this is perfect this is very decent value
  48. i f,,,, up again this is even FAR better , the rabbit got jellyfish eyes , this is seguso flavio poli design i think something begin 1940 till-1950 i could better stop because i am making a mess...
  49. Iro-Nabeshima Imaemon, quite new
  50. gama = kiln
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