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|Re: A 'famille verte' vase made during the Tongzhi reign|
Posted By: Luciano
Posted Date: Jan 24, 2017 (05:25 AM)
thank you for your considerations and for the very interesting link: I have checked and I have not noticed "junction points" on the paintings of my vase or bad centered designs. If the black lines were really printed with those kind of prints, it is really a good job but I have to suppose it has been really made in a such way.
By the way, I think also that at end of the XIXth century, when the demand of such items was growing, many factories used these technical solutions to increase their production.
If my vase is just a fake, we would have not found the number 39 in the triangle... to me, knowing more about this mark would solve definitely the matter.
Thank you so much anyway for your answers and notices.
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