A blue marking, hard to recognize (ming?)

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Marran, Jun 18, 2024.

  1. Marran

    Marran New Member

    Porcelain friends,

    I've really tried to search gotheborg.com, google and other using other tech to find this marking. Is it just very hard to read, or why can't I seem to find anything like it?

    The blue marking is surrounded by a double circle, seemingly hand made. Information from the seller and the looks of it suggests this is not something new. Ming period or what could it possibly be?

    Thanks in advance, I hope I'll be able to contribute with more answers rather than questions in the future :)

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