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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by kyleshen » Nov 5th, '14, 22:25

William wrote:
Fabien wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote: As William already stated it's chinese and not japanese, probably from mid to late Qing period and for sure after Qianlong reign (4-character Qianlong red stamped mark is usually indicating a later period).
As far as I know, this coral red porcelain, with a chrysanthemum scalloped shape and a wide hollow saucer would point it out to circa 1900, Guangxu period.

But that's just an educated guess, I'm no expert at all. If anyone has more infos or guesses, feel free to chime in, I'm always interested to know what I'm drinking in :D
Agree. Probably late Qing dynasty. Capacity of 150/200ml?
Exactly, 160ml with leaves, 180ml without.
I have never found one of 120ml or smaller. I am just dreaming! :mrgreen:
Here is one less than 100ml.
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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by Alex » Nov 6th, '14, 05:42

Poseidon wrote:Bump. Any info on the above cups would be appreciated! :o

I don't know but they look really like these

http://www.postcardteas.com/site/produc ... e-flowers/

http://www.postcardteas.com/site/produc ... in-dragon/

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by William » Nov 6th, '14, 06:06

kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote: As William already stated it's chinese and not japanese, probably from mid to late Qing period and for sure after Qianlong reign (4-character Qianlong red stamped mark is usually indicating a later period).
As far as I know, this coral red porcelain, with a chrysanthemum scalloped shape and a wide hollow saucer would point it out to circa 1900, Guangxu period.

But that's just an educated guess, I'm no expert at all. If anyone has more infos or guesses, feel free to chime in, I'm always interested to know what I'm drinking in :D
Agree. Probably late Qing dynasty. Capacity of 150/200ml?
Exactly, 160ml with leaves, 180ml without.
I have never found one of 120ml or smaller. I am just dreaming! :mrgreen:
Here is one less than 100ml.
Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by Drax » Nov 6th, '14, 11:35

William wrote:Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)
Ahhhh, 焼指 gaiwan are very special! :mrgreen:

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by William » Nov 6th, '14, 12:06

Drax wrote:
William wrote:Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)
Ahhhh, 焼指 gaiwan are very special! :mrgreen:
Yeah, special for the way they burn the fingers! :mrgreen:

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by chrl42 » Nov 7th, '14, 10:24

William wrote:
Drax wrote:
William wrote:Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)
Ahhhh, 焼指 gaiwan are very special! :mrgreen:
Yeah, special for the way they burn the fingers! :mrgreen:
I would burn my finger and use it :mrgreen:

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by thirst » Nov 7th, '14, 11:22

Couldn’t one just use the help of a saucer to prevent burned fingers? Not as elegant, granted, but it works.

How old is it? I like the shape.

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by ethan » Nov 7th, '14, 11:30

a small cloth can also help to avoid burn

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by kyleshen » Nov 7th, '14, 11:53

William wrote:
kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote: As William already stated it's chinese and not japanese, probably from mid to late Qing period and for sure after Qianlong reign (4-character Qianlong red stamped mark is usually indicating a later period).
As far as I know, this coral red porcelain, with a chrysanthemum scalloped shape and a wide hollow saucer would point it out to circa 1900, Guangxu period.

But that's just an educated guess, I'm no expert at all. If anyone has more infos or guesses, feel free to chime in, I'm always interested to know what I'm drinking in :D
Agree. Probably late Qing dynasty. Capacity of 150/200ml?
Exactly, 160ml with leaves, 180ml without.
I have never found one of 120ml or smaller. I am just dreaming! :mrgreen:
Here is one less than 100ml.
Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)
No problem! These two definitively save your fingers.
Blue & white 70cc Flower one 35cc
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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by William » Nov 7th, '14, 12:41

Nice pair my friend! :)
Kangxi period and famille rose late Qing dynasty/ROC period?

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by chrl42 » Nov 7th, '14, 21:04

wa..small things are even more adorable.

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by drinking_teas » Nov 7th, '14, 22:20

kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:
kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote:
William wrote:
Fabien wrote: As William already stated it's chinese and not japanese, probably from mid to late Qing period and for sure after Qianlong reign (4-character Qianlong red stamped mark is usually indicating a later period).
As far as I know, this coral red porcelain, with a chrysanthemum scalloped shape and a wide hollow saucer would point it out to circa 1900, Guangxu period.

But that's just an educated guess, I'm no expert at all. If anyone has more infos or guesses, feel free to chime in, I'm always interested to know what I'm drinking in :D
Agree. Probably late Qing dynasty. Capacity of 150/200ml?
Exactly, 160ml with leaves, 180ml without.
I have never found one of 120ml or smaller. I am just dreaming! :mrgreen:
Here is one less than 100ml.
Nice one, but it is of the type that burns the fingers. :)
No problem! These two definitively save your fingers.
Blue & white 70cc Flower one 35cc

how much are those? hoping to stop by your shop soon.

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by kyleshen » Nov 12th, '14, 01:45

William wrote:Nice pair my friend! :)
Kangxi period and famille rose late Qing dynasty/ROC period?
The famille rose one is probably from early Qing period.
The blue & white is later.

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by William » Nov 12th, '14, 01:50

kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:Nice pair my friend! :)
Kangxi period and famille rose late Qing dynasty/ROC period?
The famille rose one is probably from early Qing period.
The blue & white is later.
The famille rose looks like a vessel intended to be exported to Europe. This kind of scalloped gaiwan with these decorations can be easily found here in Europe .. Surely not cheap stuff! :cry:

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Re: Antique/Vintage Tea and Tea Ware

by kyleshen » Nov 15th, '14, 01:43

William wrote:
kyleshen wrote:
William wrote:Nice pair my friend! :)
Kangxi period and famille rose late Qing dynasty/ROC period?
The famille rose one is probably from early Qing period.
The blue & white is later.
The famille rose looks like a vessel intended to be exported to Europe. This kind of scalloped gaiwan with these decorations can be easily found here in Europe .. Surely not cheap stuff! :cry:
Yes, I got it from Netherlands where still has plenty.

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