Vulture wrote:gingko wrote:Interesting! I don't like this pot, but it's always good to know more. Can you tell more about the chop on the bottom of the pot? It looks very odd (or was photographed to look odd?)
It looks like the person had a hard time photographing the mark. I am guessing from the look of it that they traced it with a marker (hopefully not on the pot itself) to get a better picture.
Even being blurred, the chop mark doesn't look very decent and I wonder if photography can distort a chop that much. Or does the seemingly weird chop have some specific meaning to serve as evidence of the pot's value?