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Subject:Daoguang bowls ?
Posted By: alfredolloza Sun, Apr 23, 2017 IP:

Those cormorants fishers seems to be Qing, Daoguang period.
The marks are difficult to understand.
Can you help me please?

Subject:Re: Daoguang bowls ?
Posted By: mikeoz Mon, Apr 24, 2017

I suggest that these bowls are what is called "Kitchen Qing", and date from the late Qing dynasty until the early part of the 20th c. The marks are hard to read because they are fantasies, made up to look as if they were real 'reign marks'. Possibly the decorator of the pots was illiterate.

Subject:Re: Daoguang bowls ?
Posted By: alfredolloza Tue, Apr 25, 2017

Hello Mike,
Thank you so much for your message. You found it.
It is Kitchen Qing bowls. Here a little dish from the same artist.
I am very glad!
Have a good day!

Subject:Re: Daoguang bowls ?
Posted By: JLim Thu, Sep 07, 2017

I think it is Chinese, not Vietnamese.
I think Daoguang would be a reasonable guess for this bowl. Actually, I would guesstimate late 18th century because the foot is surprisingly neat and well-levigated; also the style of paintwork looks 18th century to me.

Subject:Re: Daoguang bowls ?
Posted By: dogo Sun, May 07, 2017

It looks like an old Vietnamese porcelain bowl, around the 18th century. | Associations | Articles | Exhibitions | Galleries |