Certified Chinese porcelain vase, Ming dynasty. The mark of 4 characters in seal script pronounced CHEN GHUA NIAN ZHI, which means made during reign of Chenghua. The seal is incised in a deep black square area at the bottom, without glaze.
Chenghua is the reign of a Chinese emperor during Ming dynasty. Height: 23.6 inches = 60 cm. Upper Diameter: 6 inches = 15.5 cm.Biggest Diameter: 10.8 inches = 27 cm. Biggest Circumference/Perimeter: 32.8 inches = 82 cm. Base diameter: 7.5 inches = 18.7 cm Weight: 19 lb. Very good for the age, genuine gentle crazing all over, several hairline stable cracks at the bottom (see the photos), which continue to the body of the vase for approximately 7 cm and then disappear. Possibly these cracks appeared during baking in the kiln. There is no glaze on the upper rim, which means that upper part of the vase was cut, presumably in 18. High magnification photos (x50) are available on demand. At Jingdezhen kiln in Jiangxi province. At the same period has been decorated with colors in Beijing.
This vase is still unbelievable beautiful and rare. This vase is authenticated as genuine, made in the period of. Qing Chang, PhD, who is a.
Research Curator of the Crow Collection of Asian Art, D. Allas Arts District, TX, USA. Certificates of Authenticity are available in two languages: English and Chinese. The item "Certified Chinese porcelain vase, Ming dynasty, (1447-1487) mark and period" is in sale since Saturday, August 12, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\China\Vases".
The seller is "ukr10" and is located in Clearwater Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.