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Royal Satsuma Oriental Pot With 22 Carrot Gold Leaf From The 1800's

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esantama's items5 of 6Couple Sitting On Bench Kissing Salt & Pepper Shaker Made in 1959. Manufacturer is National Potteries. Jade 3 Horses Center Piece
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    Posted 13 years ago

    esantama
    (6 items)

    Hello,

    Can anyone please tell me how much this item is worth?

    I was told it is from the 1800's and has 22 carrot gold leaf. It stands about 5" Tall.

    Thank you!

    Eddy

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    Comments

    1. Manikin Manikin, 13 years ago
      Can you photo bottom of vase ? and inside ? That would help . It is beautiful
    2. esantama esantama, 13 years ago
      Thank you for your request for additional pictures. I appreciate your time!

      As you requested, I have uploaded a picture of the bottom and inside. In addition, I added another picture of the outside view.
    3. Micmac, 12 years ago
      Sorry to tell you that your vase isn't that old, it was made some time after 1980 or after, definately not 1800s.
    4. Micmac, 12 years ago
      I mean 1980 or after.

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