Chinese marks can anyone translate?

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by trip98, Apr 10, 2019.

  1. trip98

    trip98 Well-Known Member

    teapotd.jpg I spent some time at Gotheborg.com looking at marks and the numbers chart.... but didn't get anywhere. The figures look like a few of the 8 Chinese immortals and the the flower urns could represent one of the 8 treasures -vase for wealth. That is all I got. teapotlid.jpg TeapotB.jpg IMG_2404.JPG
     
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  2. trip98

    trip98 Well-Known Member

    I waver from being on older side maybe 1916 ish to 1970s Famille Rose. Hoping for date in the hand painted script.
     
  3. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

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  4. trip98

    trip98 Well-Known Member

    Reported other thread and asked for it to be deleted.
     
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  6. trip98

    trip98 Well-Known Member

    okay one last effort for help
     
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  7. clutteredcloset49

    clutteredcloset49 Well-Known Member

    Haven't seen @Asian Fever lately.
    Maybe she could help.
     
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  9. Silver Wolf

    Silver Wolf Well-Known Member

    the last mark it said Dao Guang Nian Zhi , the original Dao Guang Nian Zhi Should be dated back in 1821 - 1850 , the blue colour in the pattern in my opinion is considered as blue cobalt colour which only happened in 19th century till modern time,but seeing the condition of your vase's bottom i think i have to agree with you that it seems can't be older than early 1900 or maybe the early second half of 20th century could be right date of it,imho :rolleyes:
     
  10. trip98

    trip98 Well-Known Member

    thank all. I enhanced the photos to make the marks more readable. The blue isn't as dark as shown in the photos. Thanks for the input. Attached closer likeness of color. teapotd.jpg
     
  11. Silver Wolf

    Silver Wolf Well-Known Member

    wow it's looks like 2 different blue,and maybe it's really 20th century's then
     
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