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Subject:Large Chinese Cylinder Vase
Posted By: Peter Wed, Jun 01, 2022 IP: 178.115.46.104

Hello. I'd be grateful for any opinions regarding the likely age of this large (c. 63cm) cylinder vase.

Many thanks in advance !







Subject:Re: Large Chinese Cylinder Vase
Posted By: Mark Adams Thu, Jun 02, 2022

Famille verte vase/hat stand in the Kangxi period style.
It's not Kangxi period. It's a contemporary example from the second half of the 20th century.
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Subject:Re: Large Chinese Cylinder Vase
Posted By: Peter Thu, Jun 02, 2022

Sincere thanks for your help, Mark.

Much appreciated !!!!!

Subject:Re: Large Chinese Cylinder Vase
Posted By: Bill H Thu, Jun 02, 2022

Your vase is stylistically Japanese with an apocryphal Chinese mark of made during the Chenghua reign of the great Ming dynasty. The Chenghua emperor ruled from 1465-87.

Japanese kilns have been paying such homage to Ming and Qing rulers since at least the Edo period, although this vase also looks to me like it may be 20th century.

Bill H.

Subject:Re: Large Chinese Cylinder Vase
Posted By: Peter Thu, Jun 02, 2022

Many thanks indeed for your assistance, Bill !


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