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Mark on Chinese bowl

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lonny tao

Today I found in a store a porcelain bowl with characters on the bottom.
Is the mark Chinese?
Factory mark?
Can someone tell me what it means?

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It says (right hand column of three characters) 锦松梅; (left hand) 西峰作(?), the internet seems to think that's the mark of a contemporary Japanese pottery studio ( 锦松梅) on a quick search, with the individual artist (left hand column) signing the piece

 

Pics of a different piece by same artist here: http://www.kongfz.cn/27897772/pic/

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lonny tao

I was also thinking it can be Japanese also.
I Like Chinese things and everything in my house is Chinese.
The bowl is nice looking but when its japanese I do it away.
I have a picture of the bowl.

Thanks for the info, more info always welcome.

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Tomsima

how is 梅 written here? It looks so much like 椅 (which obviously doesnt make sense in this context). Is this a Japanese way of writing the character?

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lonny tao

Better picture of the mark.

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Tomsima

Ah thanks, yeah that's a lot more obvious now it's a bit clearer

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