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    Posted 1 month ago

    hillcarie
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    7 7 1/2 in tall water picture Blue Glass beautiful gold flake, a crack where's the handle this. And it's got a few letters on the bottom that has letters of PJ and d I think.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 1 month ago
      Beautiful !!
    2. Manikin Manikin, 1 month ago
      Show a photo of bottom also ok
    3. Mrstyndall Mrstyndall, 1 month ago
      Beautiful!
    4. humhand humhand, 1 month ago
      Flow blue glaze ( created by adding aluminium salts to the kiln or maybe the glaze. So that was popular around mid 1800s. It went out of fashion so likely dates from there. Possibly English although they had pretty clear marking system. Could be Delf from Holland.
    5. RichmondLori RichmondLori, 1 month ago
      the reason they call it flow blue was because the blue color flowed all over - outside the line - so to speak. wonderful piece. Lori

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