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Blanc de Chine

by williammimi70 » May 2nd, '17, 04:12

The teapot is of Yongzheng period
The cups are of Kangxi period in my humble opinion
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Re: Blanc de Chine

by William » May 2nd, '17, 06:06

I have no experience with regards to Blanc de Chine, albeit I buy something occasionally .. :twisted:
I must say these cups are so lovely and elegant!

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Re: Blanc de Chine

by williammimi70 » May 2nd, '17, 09:44

William wrote: I have no experience with regards to Blanc de Chine, albeit I buy something occasionally .. :twisted:
I must say these cups are so lovely and elegant!
Hi William
I don't have a great deal of experience with blanc de Chine but these pieces have good provenance :D ( the person I have got these from is very knowledgeable and honest )
The 4 small cups are not old

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