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Last post of modern teapot

by williammimi70 » Apr 21st, '17, 03:01

The lack of response to my other posts of modern teapots suggest to me that they are not very good( bad clay etc?), and I feel like I am spamming the forum
So this will be my last post of modern teapot seeking advice, I promise!
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Apr 21st, '17, 09:41
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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by Henk » Apr 21st, '17, 09:41

I don't think you need to feel bad about posting many pots. I don't reply because I have nothing to contribute but I enjoy seeing your pots and the responses by experienced collectors.

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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by williammimi70 » Apr 21st, '17, 09:59

Henk wrote: I don't think you need to feel bad about posting many pots. I don't reply because I have nothing to contribute but I enjoy seeing your pots and the responses by experienced collectors.
Thank you
What I mean is that I will not post any more post to seek for advice but if there is a pot that is worth posting up I will . As I say I don't want to spam the forum with my mediocre pots :D

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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by Bond » Jun 13th, '17, 02:32

This base stamp is Zhou Gui Zhen (周桂珍) a renowned master. You may google for more info.

I can't tell the authenticity of this pot. But if this is an authentic one, it will worth a fortune.

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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by Senlin » Jun 13th, '17, 10:50

Wow ! Beautiful teapot !!

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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by Zared » Jun 13th, '17, 14:27

williammimi70 wrote:
Henk wrote: I don't think you need to feel bad about posting many pots. I don't reply because I have nothing to contribute but I enjoy seeing your pots and the responses by experienced collectors.
Thank you
What I mean is that I will not post any more post to seek for advice but if there is a pot that is worth posting up I will . As I say I don't want to spam the forum with my mediocre pots :D

You can always post your pots in the official show off thread instead or create a single thread dedicated to your pots if you have a bunch to post.

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Jun 16th, '17, 06:51
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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by williammimi70 » Jun 16th, '17, 06:51

Bond wrote: This base stamp is Zhou Gui Zhen (周桂珍) a renowned master. You may google for more info.

I can't tell the authenticity of this pot. But if this is an authentic one, it will worth a fortune.
Thank you very much for the information
This teapot is very well made I must say , I love the finishing inside and out it was made with great care , even if it was not made by her , whoever made this teapot is a very good potter

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Re: Last post of modern teapot

by williammimi70 » Jun 16th, '17, 06:51

Zared wrote:
williammimi70 wrote:
Henk wrote: I don't think you need to feel bad about posting many pots. I don't reply because I have nothing to contribute but I enjoy seeing your pots and the responses by experienced collectors.
Thank you
What I mean is that I will not post any more post to seek for advice but if there is a pot that is worth posting up I will . As I say I don't want to spam the forum with my mediocre pots :D

You can always post your pots in the official show off thread instead or create a single thread dedicated to your pots if you have a bunch to post.
thank you

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