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Subject:Chinese ? marked Uni bowls
Posted By: Martin Michels Sun, Sep 04, 2022 IP: 2001:1c03:5811:6800:

I received a question about these uni bowls.
I think they are Chinese, because the mark starts with "Da Qing" 大清 but are not followed by a name of an emperor IMO.

So the questions are:
1) What is the mark saying?
2) Are the bowls really Qing period?
3) How old are they?

Hopefully someone can provide me with the answers.
Thanks in advance.
Martin.





Subject:Re: Chinese ? marked Uni bowls
Posted By: Mark Adams Mon, Sep 05, 2022

Hi Martin,
From the images they look Chinese and from the later 20th century.
Regards,
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Subject:Re: Chinese ? marked Uni bowls
Posted By: Bill H Mon, Sep 05, 2022

The markings read "Great Qing Dynasty for the Imperial Kitchen" (Da qing yu shan fang - 大清御膳房). Google turned up one Chinese language website that showed a Langyao red bowl with similar marking that was claimed to be of the Yongzheng kiln. In my opinion, the cups shown here look to have more modern, probably late 20th century colored enamel glazes.

here's the cited link:

https://www.zmkm8.com/thread-10863-1-1.html

Best regards,

Bill H.

Subject:Re: Chinese ? marked Uni bowls
Posted By: Martin Michels Thu, Sep 08, 2022

Bill, Mark,
Thanks for your help.
Martin.


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