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    Posted 10 years ago

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    I've had this piece for awhile now, seen it and had to have it for 2 bucks. I never seemed to find out just what it is or what it may of contained. Its got some really nice detail and anyone that can give me any info on it i sure would appreciate it. It does have a mark on the bottom, but that did me no good, i'm more into vintage baseball cards and don't have resources for the glass and pottery. I thank you in advance for any of your time.

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    1. electraglide, 10 years ago
      I am just refreshing this in hopes that someone would see it current and maybe comment on it. An age of this piece or a guess. Would it have contained alcohol ?
    2. electraglide, 10 years ago
      Does anyone know me ??
    3. electraglide, 10 years ago
      A friend told me that this piece looked tiny from the pictures when she was looking it over. This piece is actually almost 8 inches tall and 5 inches long. She said by the markings on the bottom maybe dutch ? Anyone have any input that would send me in the direction of finding out what this is.. thanks
    4. vetraio50 vetraio50, 8 years ago
      Two years too late?
      It is from the Russian "State Porcelain Factory".
      Gosudarstvenniy farforoviy zavod. The Russian wont appear here on CW. Type in "State Porcelain Factory" to Google and the Cyrillic version will appear.

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