THE TITLE SHOULD BE “A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE BOTTOM “MADE IN CHINA”, WHICH IS TOO LONG AND ABBREVIATED.
(1) “MADE IN CHINA” base, it is said that the export porcelain of the Guangxu period of the Qing Dynasty already had such a base.
(2) On March 30, 1963, the State Council promulgated the Regulations on the Administration of Trademarks, which uniformly regulated the export of ceramic trademarks. “MADE IN CHINA” in Jingdezhen, China. THIS BASE ALSO HAS THREE BLUE LINES “JINGDEZHEN/MADE IN/CHINA”.
“MADE IN CHINA” green font with a two-line base. Plate.
(3) “CHINA/MADE IN CHINA” blue base, blue and white porcelain Erlong play pearl water cup.
(4) “Made in China MADE IN CHINA”, such a base of porcelain is made in New China. THERE ARE TWO LINES OF “MADE IN CHINA”.
“Made in China/MADE IN/CHINA” three-line base. Red font. Magu presents a colorful hand-held water cup.
“MADE IN/CHINA”. Blue font.
Diamond frame with “Made in China / MADE IN / CHINA” combined base. Red font. Green leaves blue and red flower small tea bowl.
(5) “Made in China” (no English alphabet) two-row base, plate.
In short, the “Made in China” base model can find many different styles. In addition to Jingdezhen, other Tangshan, Liling and other areas also use this base. The manufacturers involved are estimated to be many. Such a base, too unspecific, they are all porcelain from around the seventies, and may be until the nineties at the latest. At that time, there was a lack of property rights, a large pot of rice, and an imperfect competition mechanism. From a collection point of view, this is almost the same as having no base. If you want to know which porcelain factory it is, you must combine the type and ornament of porcelain, and refer to the type and ornament of other porcelain in the same period, and make a comprehensive analysis.
(Blue Heart Car 20211019 Search Notes)