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Re: Antique teacups

by williammimi70 » May 11th, '17, 01:09

Hmm wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: Kangxi powder blue cup
Hmm... I'm not sure that's a Kangxi piece... whenever I see marks like that on the bottom, I assume they are probably from around the Jiaqing period.
Thank you :D

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Re: Antique teacups

by williammimi70 » May 11th, '17, 01:13

Hmm wrote: Just curious, how many of your pieces exhibit signs of incandescence, or what I think may be lead leaking out from overglaze enamels?
To be honest I have not noticed on these cups although I have seen that on my susancai bowl( notposted yet)

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Re: Antique teacups

by chrl42 » May 15th, '17, 01:07

Hmm wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: Kangxi powder blue cup
Hmm... I'm not sure that's a Kangxi piece... whenever I see marks like that on the bottom, I assume they are probably from around the Jiaqing period.
Very agreed, this kind of mass-produced cup is mostly exported starting Jiaqing-Daoguang period..being Qianlong (just before Jiaqing) just means a level higher one..same as Yixing.

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Re: Antique teacups

by williammimi70 » May 15th, '17, 07:59

chrl42 wrote:
Hmm wrote:
williammimi70 wrote: Kangxi powder blue cup
Hmm... I'm not sure that's a Kangxi piece... whenever I see marks like that on the bottom, I assume they are probably from around the Jiaqing period.
Thank you
I am grateful for your advises :oops:
Very agreed, this kind of mass-produced cup is mostly exported starting Jiaqing-Daoguang period..being Qianlong (just before Jiaqing) just means a level higher one..same as Yixing.

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Re: Antique teacups

by janet11 » May 18th, '17, 04:35

Nice teacup. Where you get these teacup? Amazing

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Re: Antique teacups

by williammimi70 » May 18th, '17, 06:35

janet11 wrote: Nice teacup. Where you get these teacup? Amazing
Hi Janet
I bought most of these at antique fairs some were bought at car boot fairs

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Re: Antique teacups

by williammimi70 » May 23rd, '17, 02:32

Hare fur cup
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