ITEM #40

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BID: CLOSED
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BID DATE:
07/14/2018 11:09 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
Kaydee
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DESCRIPTION

(7) PIECES ANTIQUE PORCELAIN BATHROOM SET

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Porcelain
Size. See below
Rating: 8
Comments. Pieces in this lot range in height from 3 ˝” high to 12” high and contain no maker’s mark’s. The set includes a pitcher with bowl wash set, a mug, chamber pot a small pitcher, the inside piece of the soap dish and what appears to be a toothbrush holder. All have slightly raised designs around the top edges and have hand painted gold highlights on their white glaze. Everything is in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, could have some wear on the gold paint, has a few small flecks in the lot and has some soiling. Give them a cleaning and they will make a nice decorative addition to your Victorian bedroom or commode.

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