Qing dynasty theacup with lid

Started by Rec, Aug 02, 2018, 03:12:11

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Am i right? Is this underglaze blue and white teacup with cover from the Qing dynasty period, perhaps kangxi period?


Looks like a little Chinese rice bowl and cover, late Qing or guangxu.


I'm afraid not that late, Stan.
This design started to be used in the Jiaqing reign. It is the same as used on the so-called wedding jars. Jiaqing or Daoguang, but with this mark it is more likely Jiaqing, I think.

This type of decoration was used to the end of Qing dynasty, and later.


Thanks for the correction Peter, I was thinking Jiaqing but I thought the design was later, thank again.


thank you guys,
another question.. Is this a common ware or a quite rare piece?


To have the lid and the bowl and in good condition makes it very collectable, but if I'm not mistaken these were mass produced.