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Subject:Liú yì chāng
Posted By: Jean-Frédéric Baeta Mon, Jul 22, 2019 IP: 2a01:cb00:82ef:4900:

This two porcelains brush pot are with a specifics calligraphy

I read the red mark 劉 義 昌 製 (Liú yì chāng ?)
Perhaps their is any relation with the author.
I cannot read the text..
May be you can help me
Thank you so much

Subject:Re: Liú yì chāng
Posted By: rat Wed, Jul 24, 2019

Liu Yichang is apparently an old company name dating from the late Qing/early Republic in a slightly different form: 劉義昌生瓷號. Your brushpot is much more recent however. Not sure of the text, which is strongly cursive so relatively hard to read. I don't see a date or the writer's name, and would assume the content is a well-known poem or historic prose excerpt. | Associations | Articles | Exhibitions | Galleries |