Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside

by Murray
(Aberdeen)

Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside

Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside

Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside
Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside

Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside:- I'm trying to find out about this pottery dish that used to belong to my grandmother. I have no idea where they might have got it or indeed how long they had it for. Any help much appreciated.


Murray

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Same stamp but in black
by: Anonymous

Hi Ive just been trying to find out about the same stamp but in black. Ive got a place with a peacock on it with the same mark

Same stamp on 8" plate
by: Anonymous

I have a 8" plate depicting colourful flowers and a yellow and blue bird in a tree with the exact same stamp on it. Did anyone find anything out about this??????

Where is it from? Chinese Pottery Mark Mystery - Red Square Stamp with Rounded Corners and Chinese Writing Inside
by: Gloria

I too have this marking on a bowl with red dragon and hand painted.
If you find any info on it can u post it below. THX

The answer to this Chinese mystery mark...
by: Wendi

Hello,
This Chinese mark is actually a Japanese mark and can be found on the website, Gotheborg.com, which contains both Chinese & Japanese marks. Starting at the HOME page, click on the MARKS tab and then click on "Japanese Porcelain Marks" located in the left hand column. The mystery mark can be found under the category of "Unidentified Seal Marks"; however, this section strangly does not have a tab.
The "Unidentified Seal Marks" section is located just above the tab for "SUNDRY- Recent Additions". Click on the "SUNDRY" tab in the left hand column and scroll up to the next section. Here there are 2 marks like the ones in question: One with the word "JAPAN" printed in red just below the mark (#799) and one without "JAPAN" (#634). Both marks are stated as being "Modern" and date around "c.1990".
Mark #634 states: Mark: In Chinese: Rong Hau Jin Zhi - "Rong Hau (name) Respectfully Made". Modern ware, probably 1990s.
I have found Gotheborg.com to be a very useful site & I hope you do too. Best Wishes to all of you! Wendi

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by: Anonymous

Rong Hau Jin Zhi.

also
by: Anonymous

I also have a ginger jar with this mark,
I was given it in the 90s, it is decorated in birds and flowers.

Susan in Sheffield

Blue Seal
by: Freda

I too have a small plate with a pair of peacocks on, the seal is exactly as your picture but my seal is blue! I would love to know more about this plate.

IT IS JAPANESE.
by: Anonymous

IT PRONOUNCE AS 'RONG HE JIN ZHI', VERY NEW DECORATIVE PORCELAIN. THEY LOOK NICE BUT NOT ANTIQUE.

Chinese - Yung Sing
by: Vintage Indian Tree Pattern Table and China Giftware - Shropshire

I took 3 plates (peacock / cockrels / rice cart) in to a Chinese Herbalist and he said "modern Chinese porcelain made by Yung Sing / Jong Sing probably for export market"

I have seen my three plates on eBay recently for up to £15 in the UK / $25 in USA

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Vintage-Indian-Tree-Pattern-Table-and-China-Giftware-Shropshire/828939967137053

Regards, Graham Beven

Have a asian porcilin vase with a lot of writing and markes with double red square rounded border on bottom with painted flowersand planta
by: arol

Need to know if antque and makers name

Four small pates with the same stamp
by: Jan

Four small pates with the same stamp.
I am looking to see how much my four small plates are worth, I wanted to sell them but I have no idea of the price. They have blossom & birds and one has a gypsy home n wheels.

red stamp sqare w/round corners BEST ANSWER
by: Enthusiast

This is Eiwa Kinsei 1970-1980. Gotheborg incorrectly Identifies this mark as Ron Hau Jin Zhi which is incorrect because that reading would only be true if it were Chinese, not japanese

Best answer
by: Peter (admin)

Thanks to the last poster. If you are following this thread, please contact me, I would like to thank you personally.

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