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Below are various marks and inscriptions from Chinese pottery and porcelain that we have had in stock over the last few years.This is not a comprehensive list, it is purely based on pieces we have had.

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Building on the gradual success of, first the unique small format 'Guide' (450 marks) published in 1987 and reprinted twice, and then the much acclaimed and more comprehensive 'Handbook' (1800 marks) published in 1994, this NEW and EXPANDED publication now contains TWICE the content with over 3,400 marks spread over 316 pages.

individual marks are beautifully reproduced in colour and still compiled in sections and groupings to make recognition of such unfamiliar shapes as easy as possible.

Before the last Chinese dynasty ended the expression of crafts and arts followed mostly tradition and was limited to some degree by imperial guidelines and other factors.

One of the latter were possibly the methods with which arts and crafts were taught in Far Eastern societies in ancient times, not allowing for free expression and creativity.

Finally the very detailed 70 page Directory section then provides a wide range of historical, dating, geographical and mythological information, where available, for each mark. Although they are not found frequently on Chinese ceramics their potential diversity is considerable.

Printed on high quality, 115 gsm silk art paper, sealed after printing and hard bound in red ‘ Balacron’ faux leather with gold blocking, coloured end papers and silk headers. My dating table above will, with a little familiarity, enable the user to translate most types of date mark. Years are given unique names within the 60 year cycle by combining two characters.However, the name of the shop or manufacturer is hardy usable for dating Chinese ceramics.Certain marks from the the Ming and especially the Qing dynasties are frequently found on later porcelain, made to order for court officials or persons of high rank.rom imperial marks to the many "hall" and auspicious marks used by scholars, collectors, potters and artists this is the essential book for all professional buyers, collectors and antique and art dealers with an interest in Chinese ceramics.Written in a way that will appeal to the beginner as well as the experienced professional, the introduction contains colour illustrations of a varied range of objects together with their marks - all colour images courtesy of Sotheby's.An Inscribed Song Stoneware Bowl with Incised and Combed Petal Decoration. ISBN 0-906610-20-6) Illustrated on Page 23 Item 21.

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