Ti kai, er shu hua, ji you xia yue shu yu jiang you, Jiang yong sheng zuo. One possibility is that the marks did have an organizational importance in the beginning but that the marks after some time got garbled. I think that any porcelain with Imperial Chinese references in the mark had their decoration added outside of China. I was travelling through a beautiful part of Maine and saw an interesting …. Mark used by United Wilson Porcelain Factory. The porcelain pieces are generally made in an old style, often with a crackled ground and often with badly cast bronze ormolu fittings.
Red base seal mark.
Chinese Reign Marks
Submitted picture very small but if the enamels are very thin the decoration is probably printed and the tureen should date to As official Chinese chronology starts from BCE the cyclical dating table spans cycles numbers 45 to 76, equivalent to the period 4 to CE. Ke FengshiGovernor of Jiangxi submitted a memorial to the throne proposing to set up a porcelain company under the Qing court. A detailed cyclical table shown below is included for translating the jiazi dating system often included in commemorative marks. Private Collector's or factory mark on porcelain figures in 18thth century style. Vase with Qianjiang style decoration.