Blue and white soup tureen

Started by QU33NB2U, Jun 14, 2016, 12:30:59

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I am trying to find out more about this. Have been told was late 18th century early 19th century. Does Anyone have an opinion on this


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Hi, I'm afraid that whoever told you that either did not know about Chinese porcelain, or deceived you.
There is a Yongzheng reign mark, but this is apocryphal.
Although there are a few Chinese decoration elements used, like the the decoration band along the foot and lid rim, there is nothing traditional in this decoration. Apart from that the white glaze is too white for that period, and their are no age signs.
In my opinion this is something made very recently. Even the shape is not typical for Chinese made soup tureens.


Thank you very much this why I wanted to know more so I didnt look like a fool when i went to sell it. I don't want to ask a ridiculous price for something not worth $50 again thanks