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Pottery10147 of 12100Adalid Handpainted Vase EcuadorBlack Cermaic Swan
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    Posted 10 years ago

    exotic79
    (5 items)

    This is quite the find but I really don't know where it came from originally or what backround . it stands quite tall of at least 18 inches. I wanted to show a close up of the people on it because that makes this interesting. I like the handles and color. early 1900's ?

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    1. miKKoChristmas11 miKKoChristmas11, 10 years ago
      Hi, it's a rare red vase that get's my "love", but I had to love this one. The hand painted scene is very well executed, and the subject matter quite interesting. Are there any hallmarks on the bottom?
    2. exotic79, 10 years ago
      I would have to unpack it to see if any markings .
    3. Jezzer, 10 years ago
      Unfortunately, assuming high-quality design and execution, the backstamp (hallmarks are for metal objects) is the difference between a $500 vase and a $5,000 vase. You would do well to unpack it and post a pic of the bottom, along with a closeup of the edge of the painted scene so we could see both the quality of the brushwork and the gilding.
    4. exotic79, 10 years ago
      I clicked on the picture and it brought me to an enlarged picture window on my computer which is a good feature for Collectors weekly.

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