Value of China Bowls?

Value of China Bowls  - bottom of plateI am trying to figure out the value or background information on any of these styles. I wouldn't even know where to begin. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you!


Value of China Bowls  - red Asian scene on plate
Value of China Bowls - underside of plate
Value of China Bowls  - ornately painted plate
Value of China Bowls - underside of small blue painted bowl
Value of China Bowls  - turquoise bowl with sea dragon

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April 5, 20180 found this helpful
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These pieces appear to be in $25-$45 dollar range but actually selling them for that price would still be a problem as this type of china is usually plentiful which brings the value down.

  • Your pink salad plate Willow by Johnson Bros (England) is presently on sale at Replacements for $39.95 but they have 10 available so someone could buy more than one if needed to complete a set. It appears these have been for sale for a long time and I feel they will continue to reduce the price until they sell (their usual habit).
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  • The pink color is more rare than the the blue Willow but it does not seem to increase the value.
  • One large 24" platter was listed for several months at $24.95 and did not sell.
  • Here is a typical listing on eBay:
  • As to the other pieces, it is very difficult for a lay person to identify markings of this nature as they could be Chinese or Japanese and even then, we could only research if something similar has been sold or is on sale.
  • There are several hundred similar markings and just one small line can make the difference in the brand/name so it would take a knowledgeable person to help you with your other pieces.
  • You might try finding a free china appraisal site on Google and sometimes these can be very helpful.
  • Check this link just as an example of how many different similar markings exist:
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  • Here is one site that does oftentimes help with identifying china items.

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April 5, 20181 found this helpful

I'm finding them online for $40 to $50
Here is a good link for them

April 5, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you for that link!


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April 5, 20180 found this helpful

You can take them to a dealer who specializes in Asian porcelain.


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