Asian makers marks for porcelain dishes
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Dish. Chinese "Bleu de Hue" porcelain, for the Vietnamese market. It is also far from certain that the practice of marking porcelain with the word CHINA actually.
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Chinese Porcelain Reign Marks of the Qing Dynasty . of various factories, nine coloured plates, and marks and monograms of all the important makers. Pottery.
Description:However, do not rely on a reign mark to establish the age of a piece. Whereas 15 years ago only mint-condition mark and period ceramics would have been considered acceptable, now collectors will consider ceramics that have been broken and restored or which have hairline cracks. The way a base of a vessel is cut, finished and glazed changes throughout the dynasties, so looking at bases can help enormously with dating and authentication. A large blue and white hu-form vase, Qianlong six-character seal mark in underglaze blue and of the period The celadon glazes differ between these two kilns with the Longquan glaze giving often a warmer, bluish-green tone compared with the Yaozhou glazes that were more olive in tone. The blue varied throughout the dynasties.