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    Posted 4 months ago

    BHIFOS
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    Well I thought I had something different with the first one of these, hadn't seen any in NZ before and only one other in Aussie (not Karen). But blow me down I was out in Waitara the other day and found another. Not quite a pair as the new one is shorter and a bit tubbier. It has quite a few blemishes in it. I thought they were damage but are all smooth, there is a lot of them in the top rim but hard to see on my photo. Old vase 285mm high the new one 246mm.

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 4 months ago
      These are such a sweet decor. Amazing finding two!
      I think NZ and Aus got a lot of Japanese glass compared to other countries.It certainly seems more common down here.

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