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Chinese Blue and White Porcelain Moon Flask. Six-character mark on shoulder. Some firing flaws. Size: 18'' x 13'' x 8'' (46 x 33 x 20 cm).

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by DuBose Heyward. #64 of 175 large cut paper edition. Farr and Rinehart, New York, 1929. 1st Edition, signed by the author and designer Joseph E. Sanford. With Dust Jacket, Graphic design rust cream

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CHINESE COBALT BLUE PORCELAIN PILGRIM FLASK20th CenturyRuyi-form handles at neck. Body with raised pomegranate-form panel.Height 9.5".

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CHINESE CELADON ON COBALT BLUE PORCELAIN MOON FLASKAnimal-form handles at neck. Raised decoration of birds in peonies. Invisible mark on plaque on base.Height 14".

$4501 bid

each with maker's mark of Ahrendt and Kautzman, further marked "Sterling"; each rectangular with attached lid, within a velvet-lined fitted leather case (the case 16 1/2 inches wide; 9 inches high; 1

$70

Engraved Tibetan Canteen FlaskSize: 4 1/2 x 1 1/2 x 8 in. Please contact Nic at Info@premiershipment.com for an estimated shipping quote prior to bidding. Please note that all items are sold as is, an

$900

An English 19th Century porcelain Henry Sanders pate-sur-pate decorated vase by Moore Bros. Moon flask shaped in deep chocolate brown field with twin gilt handles around neck. Features a tennis player

$25

Vintage James Dixon & Sons Sheffield Flask Made in England 70-80 oz. Original cork gasket is still present in the threaded cap. Hallmarked on underside & convex side. Small dent on underside. 6.5" tal

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