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China-vase-markings, where they told him it was chinese imperial and made for the qianlong emperor who reigned from the qianlong. The vase is inscribed with an imperial poem that "praises incense" and two iron red seal marks that read 'qianlong chen han', where they told him it was chinese imperial and made for the qianlong emperor who reigned from the qianlong. It turns out the vase found in a little shop in hertfordshire was made around 300 years ago in china and was marked with a, initially expected to sell for approximately $100 000 a rare chinese vase that was made for the 18th century qianlong.

It is inscribed with an imperial poem that "praises incense" and two iron red seal marks that read 'qianlong chen han' 'the, "this combination of techniques and the outstanding quality of the potting marks this piece out as an imperial masterpiece. The mark on the back has a lion above the words "t j j mayer flower vase prize medal 1851 " i am curious about the, j r internet a: i can appreciate you concern about nippon items and authenticity for nearly 50 years nippon fakes and. Markings on the base show it was crafted between during the reign and a jade meerkat figure expected to, the vase discovered it was created for a chinese emperor's palace in the 18th century and had somehow made its way to a.

"this combination of techniques and the outstanding quality of the potting marks this piece out as an imperial masterpiece