Chinese stamp on vase

by Ruben
(Romford, England)

Been trying for quite some time to identify this vase, but can't find anything similar anywhere on the internet. Can't figure out what the symbol is, either. It looks like some kind of flower to me, but I'm not 100% sure it is the right way up. Any help on identifying the vase, the writing or the symbol would be very much appreciated.

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by: peter

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The stamp is the mark of a modern (living) potter.
Content: Xinghang Junyao

Junyao is the name of an ancient kiln and glaze.
Xinghang is a personal name; the potter's full name is Ren Xinghang. He is reproducing Jun-like glazes on his products.

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