Part 2: Chinese Porcelain "Good Luck" vase

by Sharon K
(Massachusetts)

Just wanted to add a larger picture of the "Good Luck" vase

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Oh, well
by: Sharon K

Thanks for the your review, Peter. That means no vacation on the proceeds. I found this piece as a discard, so oh, well.

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by: peter

Hi again.
It is the painting style that makes it second half of 20th century. And the mark itself is from about the same time, despite its content, I'm afraid.

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Chinese Porcelain "Good Luck" vase

by Sharon
(Massachusetts)

Mark on bottom

Mark on bottom

Mark on bottom Vase full image Vase detail

Large vintage Chinese decorative vase. Seven well articulated, three-dimensional child figures climbing a vase detailed with floral and butterfly motif overall, pomagranite at top.

17.5” tall, 4.25’ diameter at tapered top, Vase bows out about 1/2 way up the “column”, then tapers at top & bottom. Scuff marks on some high painted surfaces,and dulling of the glaze overall, but in good condition, with no chips or cracks.

Mark on bottom: “Da Qing Qianlong Nian Zhi - "Great Qing Dynasty, Qianlong Period, Made".

Any ideas of age, authenticity and value??

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Good luck vase
by: jfrank

I have a drip glaze vase with the chinese symbol for good luck on the front of it. The glaze is thick with many layers and is many different colors. I am not sure age and make. Have you ever heard of a vase like this?

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by: peter

This vase is perhaps a few decades old at the most. The mark is apocryphal.

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