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Early 19th Century Chinese Vase

by Adam

I recently came into possession of this vase. A note from the previous owner found inside gives some information:

"Early 19th century 15 1/4. Pottery Temple vase. Rolled Scalloped Rim. Scrolled applied handles. Beautiful deep set color. Figure in garden scene. No marking. I paid 425 in 1982 but I don't know what the price is today."

As you can see by the photos, there is a piece missing from the top. I have more photos but I don't think I can upload more than one. I was wondering if anyone has further information on this vase and what it could be worth?

Thank you for your time,


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Jun 15, 2010
by: peter

I see you already posted in the other forum. Well, it's not Chinese and not 19th century as you see.

Jun 15, 2010
Japanese vase
by: peter


This vase is Japanese not Chinese. We cannot help with Japanese ceramics, Im afraid.
You could try asianart_com, their forum has some members knowledgeable in Japanese ceramics.

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