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Subject:Chinese vase with two warriors. Modern?
Posted By: Ray Sat, Sep 02, 2017 IP: 2602:304:cf5f:5970:4

Hello, This looks like a modern vase with a lot of transfers, but what is the significance of all the stamps and the writings? Could any one translate the writings and the stamps?
Thanks for your help.
Hi resolution pics are here:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xfjldl3xsqgzq0s/AADlPccDbKQA4V7nYlk25lyca?dl=0









Subject:Re: Chinese vase with two warriors. Modern?
Posted By: Bokaba Sun, Sep 03, 2017

The stamp is for the Jiaqing (1796-1820) reign, but not of that period. Hong Kong/Macau decorated from probably 1960s or 1970s.

Bokaba

Subject:Re: Chinese vase with two warriors. Modern?
Posted By: I. Nagy Mon, Sep 04, 2017

Translation of names on the pictures,
Top,
江東孫郎  Jiandong Sunlang a.k.a Sun Ce was a military general in the Han dynasty. One of the
Three Heroes of Romance of Three Kingdoms

Middle,
汾陽王 Fen Yang Wang or Prince of Fenyang was the formal name of Guo Ziyi a Tang dynasty general. In the Chinese mythology revered as
the God of Wealth and Longevity.
With regards,

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Subject:Re: Chinese vase with two warriors. Modern?
Posted By: Ray Thu, Sep 07, 2017

Thank you so much Bokaba for identifying the period/maker and thank you Nagy for information about the characters painted on the vase.
Very helpful and educating information.


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