Unfortunately, certificates of authenticity and appraisals may not always be genuine.On occasion, you can find Chinese porcelain at a high-end antique store or auction houses. Huge red and blue dragon bowl marked, decorative or not? I would like an opinion/ impressions of the piece; decoration or masterpiece? Is this a real Tang dynasty sancai glazed small pot? It looks Chinese to me, but I can't tell (nor can anyone else I've … small 2" tall 4" wide chinese teapot - would like to know age and use Small 2" tall 4" wide chinese teapot - would like to know age and the history of what it was used for. Possible Qing Dynasty Plate and Questionable Rose Medallion Plate Hey Peter I picked up these two pieces today for 10 bucks at a flea market downtown and would love your input on them. Chinese vase bought on antique auction - old or new Hello, I'd like to have an opinion on two identical Chinese vases that I bought on an antique auction in 1991 in Belgium, at that time calculated to Euro’s … I purchased this lovely eggshell porcelain tea set in a full hand painted floral pattern (I think lotus flowers) & was wondering if you would be able to … Hello, I'm a very novice collector of pottery, and I have no clue about this piece.
The blue on this glaze indicates it was made in Japan.
Many collectible porcelain pieces from China come from the Ming dynasty era, which lasted from 1368 to 1644, and the Qing dynasty era, which ran from 1644 to 1911.
As you might expect with such a large time span, there are many variances among porcelain collectibles.
Obviously, decent age on the bottom but not sure if it matches the circa that the mark suggests. Small Chinese porcelain dish that was a wedding gift In 1966, my mother-in-law gave me a small porcelain dish (6.5" in diameter) on my wedding day 47 years ago. Large Chinese Jar with Lid, 5 clawed dragons Hello, I find this site very interesting and informative, I have a very large chinese jar that I am trying to identify, I think the mark is qianlong? Can anyone read the Chinese Script on this Balluster jar ?? Such a shiny vase, prohably handpainted and chinese, but from which period can it be? I think these porcelains with ancient seals are modern. Hello, I am a beginner and I do not know much about antique porcelain. Hope someone can identify I wasnt sure if you expert on japanese or someone would know.
Marked Old Porcelain Chinese Enamel Paint Plate It's a small piece, about 5 1/2" in diameter. Blue and White Baluster Vase with Enamel Florals I have a lidded baluster vase with enamel florals done in a Kangxi style but am curious what the overall treatment with the enamel is referred to? From which period can this small pinapple pattern blue white vase be ? Mark On Large Oval Dragon & Phoenix Porcelain Plate Hi, It looks pretty new and I suspect it was maybe a restaurant ware. I am usually wrong but mine looks like well casted and decorated. Hi there, I need some help in IDing a Chinese terracotta teapot, it has engraved markings throughout along with an impressed mark to the base and underneath …