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fleafinder's loves1168 of 2546HECKERT CHINE ? IN COBALT BLUE Fukuoka Glass water set
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    Posted 5 years ago

    Leahlizg
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    There are no markings anywhere. It was great grandmother's. It has raised flowers. That's all I know to tell you.

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    Comments

    1. freiheit freiheit, 5 years ago
      Austrian?
    2. martika martika, 5 years ago
      It looks wonderful !!!
    3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 5 years ago
      Any marks on the bottom. It is beautiful. I agree with Freiheit.
    4. Leahlizg, 5 years ago
      No markings of any kind on the bottom.
    5. martika martika, 5 years ago
      It reminds me vases and jugs from Stellmacher, Turn Teplitz, Bohemia. Bohemia was a part of Austro-Hungarian Empire until the end of WW1.

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