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Subject:Chinese Famille Rose Bowl
Posted By: William Thu, Sep 05, 2019 IP: 2601:1c0:6500:46f0:c


This group was most helpful identifying my fake jade and authentic Republican Plaque a few months ago, and I find myself in need of some assistance once again. I am studying, but still struggling with terminology, age ect... My father collected these things and although he is still with us, he has no recollection of where, when or what he paid. This bowl is somewhat unique compared to much of what I see out there for sale, but I am also not actively out in the Asian marketplace by any measure. We are mainly concerned with identifying items that have more age, value and integrity so that they can be properly handled, whether it be sold, treasured or used in our daily life. Today this bowl is the mystery. I ask, can you please tell help me understand it?

Any help is graciously appreciated.

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Subject:Re: Chinese Famille Rose Bowl
Posted By: Bill H Fri, Sep 06, 2019

This bowl with tobacco leaf motif and a faux six-character Qianlong mark and factory stamp looks like a Macao transfer-decorated product from the third quarter of the 20th century, circa 1970, according to

Best regards,

Bill H.

Subject:Re: Chinese Famille Rose Bowl
Posted By: William Sat, Sep 07, 2019

Thank you for your expertise Bill. So it is strictly a vintage decorative item. Now I know!

Kind Regards

Subject:Re: Chinese Famille Rose Bowl
Posted By: Mark Adams Sat, Sep 07, 2019

I agree with Bill H. Modern, interesting that it also has a 18-1 within a rectangular box mark.
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Subject:Re: Chinese Famille Rose Bowl
Posted By: William Sun, Sep 08, 2019

Thanks for the feedback Mark. Do you feel this has any value or should it be donated?


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