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    Posted 11 months ago

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    I saw this beauty and just had a hutch. Waited about a week for it to arrive and was in love at first sight. I dont see a marking and describing it on google led me here. I sw a post for a pink 1just exactly like it. And comment. As I look on line I didnt see anything for this basket and open for advice comments and suggestions. I did however found a description on Kovels site for this that appraised in 2001 for $900. With that said I had goose bumps to think that it may be rare OOOHHH A TREASUEE HUNTER COULD ONLY HOPE! LOL.

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    1. IronLace IronLace, 11 months ago
      Many thanks for posting, it's wonderful. Great to see this familiar piece in a different colour. It's a big, bold example of Victorian art glass, & how amazing that it's survived all these years in such good condition (mine has been rather battered by the years, but it survived nonetheless).
      I think the main thing about the value of any item is if you love it, & appreciate the beauty that it brings to your life. Monetary values can come & go according to the vicissitudes of fashion, but if an item means something to you then it's truly priceless.

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