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sfrat's items4 of 5Beautiful Italian wall vaseART GLASS
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    Posted 11 years ago

    sfrat
    (5 items)

    HELP I NEED INFORMATION ON HOW TO FIND THIS ITEM ON THE WEB There are no markings and it is about 3 inches long and 2 1/2 tall

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    1. MsDowAntiques MsDowAntiques, 11 years ago
      You need to tell us more -- is it marked, what size, what history do you know? - better pix -- help us to help you.
    2. plantfreak, 11 years ago
      I also have a rose similar to this. the top comes off. looks kinda like a teacup. very pretty. Wish i knew more.
    3. Dragonmum Dragonmum, 11 years ago
      Pretty sure it's a Capidomonte (OK, mis-spelled) from Naples, Italy. I have a few similar to it & they're all Italian. Often there is just a sticker, not a stamp. Never seen a made in Japan copy of one of these. (my teenage son loves them & whines if we don't get them - some have small, almost invisible chips, so they're less expensive. Luckily they're porcelain, so it's pretty hard to break one.

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