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No, I don't think so. Pretty sure this is 20th century also. It looks like artificial aging and a stamped (not handpainted) mark to me. You may be able to find the mark at gotheborg.com.
We had a discussion about the mark on the bottom of another piece and I am thinking this looks just like that one. Someone pointed out that it would be under the glaze, if original. Maybe this will get their attention, again
I am saying that the same conversation came up in regards to a mark like the ones above. Someone more knowledgeable than myself talked about the glaze and the color and the mark being under or over, sharp or blurred, etc. Now, Qung is not a known Dynasty, as Tom made clear, but there are similar names for the periods of time these (or similar) pieces are from. Look up Dynasty Marks...even though there was a really good site provided the last time that I cannot remember, and you will find these marks, indicating the Dynasty and the years it covered. That being said, we still need a expert to tell us if it is real. Tom?
No Quinn Dynasty either.
I guess you mean Qing (no "u"), pronounced "chin" or "chi'ning" (1644-1912) Chinese, but the flowers are mums (chrysanthemums) the Imperial flower of Japan. Japan doesn't use the same time frame as the Chinese.
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You can probably find your mark in www.gotheborg.com Search for blue only. Different colors usually refer to different years. The red mark looks like the same characters but it could be 100 years or more off.
There isn't a Qung Dynasty. Where did you come up with that?
Those flowers are "mums" (chrysanthemums) the Imperial flower of a recent Emperor (Hirohito) of Japan. Dynasties are Chinese.
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