This is an old Chinese oxblood vase with some flecks of brown/green, my guess 19th century, but could very well be earlier. It is about 7.25" tall bottle shaped and just beautiful. It has run off glaze on bottom and roughness as seen from when it was removed from the kiln. The one thing that confuses me is the mark. It is on a square wafer attached/fired to the bottom. Part of it is obscured by a bubbling effect but I cannot decipher the mark. Very unusual and I come across lots of Chinese/Asian items but this is a first. Some crazing as is common for this type of pottery and again, some roughness on base from firing but no other damages.
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