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Subject:Xuande cup
Posted By: Chris J. Wed, Oct 11, 2017 IP: 89.67.185.247

I bought this both cups at an flea market. According to seller they were made ca. 1910. I believe the mark is Xuande but the making period is Quangxu. They are hand painted. The diameter is ca 9,7 cm but the size is slightly different







Subject:Re: Xuande cup
Posted By: JLim Thu, Oct 12, 2017



Dear Chris

I believe both objects are transfer printed on both sides. The footrim is also very white. I am sorry to say that I therefore think these dishes are much more modern than 1910.

Kind regards
Jonathan

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Subject:Re: Xuande cup
Posted By: Chris J. Fri, Oct 13, 2017

Dear Jonathan, thank you for your reply. This cups looked for me also as not very old but I have hoped that they were form Guangxu period or mayby Republic. You are right that shou is transfer printed or stamped. I think that thnk signature is stamped and the other characters are hand painted because the same characters have different look on both objects

Subject:Re: Xuande cup
Posted By: JLim Fri, Oct 13, 2017



Dear Chris

By my estimation, there is no hand painting on these objects at all. Everything looks transfer printed on.

Kind regards
Jonathan


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