Vintage Chinese rice Vintage Chinese rice bowls hand painted. A gilded cloisonné porcelain bowl. A set of 6 Bowls from 1970s hand painted.
Zhong Guo Zhi Zao ‘MADE IN CHINA’ in a diamond shape in 1973 marked on the base from kilns in China. Some marks of quality are important because they validate the quality and authenticity of the product you are investing in.
Although some true antique Chinese pieces will not have a mark or stamp. It wasn’t until the 1890’s when Chinese imports were required by law.
Marks tell you where they come, the year, the quality and the maker and from which kiln they were crafted in.
After all if I’m going to spend £10.00 on a bowl; I don’t want to find out it was mass produced and available at the Pound shop for a £1.00 Quid.
Blue background gilded rims and Floral. Each bowl is with 2 white Cranes floating on a white cloud on each side. and Chinese story about the birds. The story has a mark on it. That red mark is the artist personal stamp. See picture.
The bowls have a white centre. Very elegant and useful. Easy to clean. Complete set. Looks wonderful on any table. Makes a great cereal, salad, porridge or soup bowl.
The height is 5,5 cm / 2.16 ” x diameter 11,5 cm / 4.5 “.
EXCELLENT CONDITION with no chips, no
I found them in an antique shop in Antwerp and in EXCELLENT CONDITION with no chips, no cracks, no damages!
Extraordinary I love them.