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Thomas Webb & Sons Burmese footed vase,fuchsia,4 5/8"

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Thomas Webb & Sons Burmese footed vase,fuchsia,4 5/8"

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Good Thomas Webb & Son's Queen's acid Burmese vase balanced on a spool base and having fuchsia decoration in natural colors. Fold-in petal top rim. Height 4 5/8 inches. Acid marked with the Thomas Webb & Sons Queen's Patent logo with a registered number. Excellent beautiful condition.
Condition
excellent beautiful condition
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Thomas Webb & Sons Burmese footed vase,fuchsia,4 5/8"

Estimate $300 - $500
Jun 09, 2018
Starting Price $150
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0524: Thomas Webb & Sons Burmese footed vase,fuchsia,4 5/8"

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Est. $300 - $500Starting Price $150
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Lot 0524 Details

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Good Thomas Webb & Son's Queen's acid Burmese vase balanced on a spool base and having fuchsia decoration in natural colors. Fold-in petal top rim. Height 4 5/8 inches. Acid marked with the Thomas Webb & Sons Queen's Patent logo with a registered number. Excellent beautiful condition.
Condition
...
excellent beautiful condition

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