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06/26/2022 10:09 PM
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ROYAL BAREUTH “MATT ROSE” HAIR RECEIVER


Rating: 9
Comments. Made of fine porcelain this hair receiver measures 2 ¾” high x 4” wide/deep and is more than 100 years old. It is stamped underneath” Royal Bayreuth Bavaria” in blue ink and is the” Matt Rose/Rose Tapestry” pattern. It has large roses with leaves around the exterior and it’s three mini legs are covered in gold colored paint. The finish has a pressed in design giving it the appearance of fabric as seen in our photo. This item is in very good shape with light soiling and minor paint wear. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a lovely addition to your Victorian era dresser.


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