Chinese Imperial House Fine Flambe' Porcelain Copy from 1901-1925 of a 12th cent
(4 More done in Ching Era 1736 to 1795). 1st made for Imperial House by Emperor's Kiln's maybe 1 to 4 only, then Ching Era again in 18th Century (1736 to 1795). Using same technique, recipe, skills in the remans of the Emperor's Studio, Pottery, Porcelain, Ceramic's, Glass House. Example of 1 of these again of maybe 2-4 w/a crack in same size, style, weight, etc.. Season 25 Episode # 24 at 33 minutes & 31 seconds into show appraised by Lark Mason, of LM & Associates in NYC. That example Ching w-crack 6 inches on side and a few chips & pits 2002 valued at 40K. New addition called Antique Roadshow "True Colors" Edition 2021 shown on KAET-PBS at ASU-Tempe, AZ. Nov 8th 2021 now valued at 60K!
Ours is perfect, reproduction from between "Boxer Rebellion Era" 1901 to change over to Republic Of China 1935. Again few made for higher ups only!
Traditional respect presentation piece, etc. Perfect, no chips, cracks, repairs, damage pure white Chinese Fine Porcelain 1901 -32! 13 inches tall, 11 inches deep, 8 inches at widest, tapers down to a base of 4.75 inches, rimmed, marked, scripted. Fine, porcelain master makers piece!!
This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Vases". The seller is "zonalrick" and is located in this country: US.
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- Region of Origin: China
- Age: 1901-1935
- Primary Material: Porcelain & Pottery
- Maker: Imperial Kilns Royal Reproduction Ltd 4 maybe
- Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
- Color: Flambe' Blood Red over Blue Glaze