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01/18/2019 07:35 AM
GERMAN ART POTTERY VASE + (7) ASSORTED ITEMS
Age and Size: Varies, mostly vintage pieces
Comments: Eight nice ceramic and pottery items including a 7 3/4” tall vase with a beautiful speckled green/blue slip glaze over black. It is marked on the bottom in raised letters, 213-20 W. Germany. Also another piece with turquoise slip glaze over brown is 6 1/2” wide and 2 3/4” tall. Markings on the bottom appear to read Evangeline Canada? 969 on the bottom. Another ceramic piece is a green basket measuring 7” tall which is marked F 38, Imperial USA. Also, a 5 3/4” hand painted delftware with brass accents made by W. Bomas Leersum in Holland. Four pieces of Stangl “Antique Gold” including a small ashtray marked 1954, a similar Stangl short handled vase marked 2019, a 7 5/8” vase marked 1905 and also a similar two tier serving plate marked 5151. All pieces are in very good condition with no damage.
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