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Antique Dragon Vase

Posted by vase (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 30, 11 at 3:06

I am trying to find out the value of an antique dragon vase. Am I in any way able to upload photos of it on this website for users to see and comment on?


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase

Go to Photobucket and follow directions. It's a free photo sharing site.


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase

Managed to do it in photobucket, thank you lindac! Here's the link guys and girls, any advice or information will be greatly appreciated!

http://s1139.photobucket.com/albums/n543/stuckreversing10/Antique Dragon Vase/

Here is a link that might be useful: Antique dragon vase


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase

It's hard to value from just a picture. Somewhere between $5 and $5,000,000.

You'll need to have the inscription on the bottom translated, and be aware that copies were often made with the same inscriptions as the originals.

Also, find out what stule the glaze is: sometimes what looks like a sloppy glaze can be on a rare piece.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dragon vase for 5 million pounds


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase - WARINIG

Warning:

When I visited the site where a dragon vase sold for 5 million pounds, or maybe the photobucket post, I came under attack by a malicious Java app. My virus software blocked it. Beware


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase

Try emailing the picture of the bottom stamp to this site.
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: asian mark ID.


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RE: Antique Dragon Vase

Thanks for that link Linda ... I've been trying to find information on some Japanese pieces I have. I've looked at all the other sites you have provided over time, and haven't been able to match it to any. Now I'll try this one!


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