Hi my name is***** you for coming to Just Answer. . I will be glad to help you today. .I have been in the antique business for over 45 years, Appraising, Antique shop owner, also buying and selling on today's current market. it is my pleasure to put my experience to work for you. .
If the Gotheburg site did not have the mark on the back of your plate, then it is not going to be found on the internet, it is also not in any of the Asian Books of Marks that I have.
You do have a Familia Rose Charger it dates to the early part of the 20thC, around 1920.
Are you wanting to know the value for this. Even though the mark cannot be read. Which is common by the way, most of the older Asian marks cannot be read.
My name is ***** ***** I would be happy to help with your Chinese charger. This is an interesting mark written in a hybrid script that's part conventional kaishu and part a specialized seal script called zhuanshu. If you could very kindly attach a clear close up of it, I may be able to read it for you.
However, since it's a stamped mark rather than a hand written one, it means the charger is no older than early 20th century when the practice of using stamped marks became common. On older porcelain the mark is always hand painted with a paint brush.
There are a plethora of unattributed early 20th century decorator marks on Chinese export porcelain, so knowing who it is is usually of curiosity value only as almost none of them is a followed and collected 'name'.
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Personally, I hope you will continue, as I would like to be able to provide you with the answer you were looking for.
Best wishes. R.