If they were from the transitionary period, I know close to nothing about the patterns around that period, and have looked at stuff mainly from the mid-Qing and upwards. But yes, I have learned after some research that unglazed bottoms were common around that time. But also that glazed bottoms started to become pretty popular by the Ming dynasty. I guess that fact could help a little in dating.Bok wrote:Posted and got some replies already. Current guess is:Hmm wrote:
Can you try posting them on e.g. http://discussion.chinese-antique-porce ... ?board=1.0 I wondering what other people's opinions are. Thanks.
– Yellow jar, probably Japanese (makes sense, seen Taiwans history)
– Red cups Ming-Qing
– Blue cups Ming-Qing or Japanese
– Black cup 20th century
When you say cheap. How cheap are we exactly talking about? Next time a relative or someone I know is in Taiwan, perhaps I will tell them to go by and find some stuff for me.