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Mid-Century Modern1885 of 2637Adrian Pearsall(?) ChairsDoll head vase
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Posted 4 years ago


(3 items)

The second of two I recently bought at a yard sale. I am looking for any information on this piece that I can find. Thank you

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  1. Kimberly_M Kimberly_M, 4 years ago
    I wonder if this was made under the brand name, Enesco. You could search on ebay to see if you similar Enesco vase items like this.
  2. kaye46 kaye46, 4 years ago
    I found this info related to the maker mark on this piece, I hope this helps with your search....

    ESD Japan,

    Lefton China,


    ESD was a distributor for SOME of Lefton's products but there is no known connection other than that between ESD and Lefton. ESD did sell some Lefton items - but not all. And not all ESD sold was sold by Lefton.

    Giftcraft is another example of a distributor that sold the same things in Canada as Lefton sold in the US .

    ESD is Enterprise Sales and Distributing headquartered in Toronto Canada (thus the Enterprise Exclusive labels). The owner was a friend of Mr. Lefton and was allowed at one time to "piggyback" on Lefton orders so that Lefton could order larger quantities and both companies would get better pricing from the Japanese manufacturer.

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