How to Tell If a Vase Is Antique?

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An antique is something that least 50 to 100 yrs of age. Japanese antique vases are rare and almost unavailable to find either already owed by collectors or found in museums. Some of the vases can be found easily enough on internet auction sites. To tell if a vase is antique one can look for a mark at the bottom, look at the composition of the glass, look for an overmark or a Nippon mark.
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1. Look for a mark on the bottom of the vase. Marks may reflect the name of the company that made the vase, as well as the name of its designer. When the vase has a company name and
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There are a lot of places to purchase an antique head vase. Ebay is one of the big names that sells antique head vase. And they are sold at very affordable prices.
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Meissen is famous for its old porcelain not glass. This is a piece of cased (a layer of blue glass over clear) then cut on a diamond grit wheel. Probably made recently in the Cezch
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