Subject:Re: Chinese Chrysanthemum vase - Help identify
Posted By: Bill H Mon, Mar 04, 2019
Your vase has double-gourd form and "millefleurs" decoration, with an apocryphal six-character base-mark of "Made during the Qianlong Reign of the Great Qing Dynasty" (Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi - 大清乾隆年製). Some vases with this motif and mark may date to the Republic era (1912-1949), but this one, with its turquoise ground overlapping the edges of a reign mark that looks to be mechanically drawn, probably dates more recently in contemporary times.
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