Pottery mark query blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red

by Philip
(Birmingham , uk)

Pottery mark query  blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red

Pottery mark query blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red

Pottery mark query  blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red
Pottery mark query  blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red
Pottery mark query  blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red

Pottery mark query blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red:- Hi Ive been give these ginger pots ( I think ) which I really love and would like to know a little more about them, I dont think they are of any value. One has some fighting Japanese men on and the other has blue circles on the bottom.The third is slightly larger with no markings on.

A good friend of mine gave them to me as he was having a clear out and was going to throw them away.
They all look hand painted but Im no expert.
Ive photographed as best I can, the lines which look like cracks are reflections from strip lighting above.
If anyone could tell me anything I would be really pleased to hear from them.

Many Thanks

Philip

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Pottery mark query blue circles and Oriental Writing in Red

Hi Philip

You did very well to save these from the garbage. I have pots like this going through the valuation service all the time and they vary in price, but all of them are always worth more than the valuation fee, and one was worth a staggering $1200 USD. I am not saying your are worth anything, as I simply don't know, but they are not to be chucked.

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ginger jars
by: john mcnamara

hello philip the first ginger jar looks like the best almost certain its satsuma,as satsuma early wares had characters fighting ..thats nice, the one in the middle looks chinese,the third one is a copy made in the 60s/70s,of an eary chinese pot,loads of them about decorative value only..,generaly red writing on a pot denotes a later piece ,where as a blue mark is as a gereral rule, is an older piece hope this was helpful in some way ..all the best john.

the small pot with the halmark showing
by: Anonymous

Hi the little blue one is a tea caddie for the man goes on a journey and I think the wife would paint it I have the same I don't think there's many I took it to a auction after buying it from a junk shop for 60p and they said it was a 1980 s replica I never heard so much bull in my life because it looks like a genuine like a real one it might because they thought I robbed my mums special pottery or something

Right pot
by: Roy Rhyne

I was wondering if you found anything on the far right pot. I happen to have the exact same pot just without lid, and was wondering about the blue rings on the bottom. Actually, anything you have heard would be great...Thanks!

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