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    Posted 9 years ago

    Janes
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    I have a small (3 1/2" h) blue jar or vase with a woman and child carved in it. I think it is porcelain, because of the white material seen on the cameo and bottom. I'm iright in thinking this is Victorian? There is a number 1866 on the bottom. Can anyone help with the age and maker?

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    1. Janes, 9 years ago
      Can anybody identify the maker?
    2. cameosleuth cameosleuth, 8 years ago
      I'm afraid I can't answer your primary question, I'd like to know too! However, I have a piece that is clearly of the same manufacture, definitely porcelain, with a different design on it. On the bottom is impressed into the clay '1863.' I am inclined to believe these are model numbers & not at all indicative of age.

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