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Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand

$575

Ships for $14.49

Last updated 6 months ago in San Diego, CA

Condition: Used (normal wear)

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Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand
Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand
Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand
Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand
Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand
Rare Circa 1(contact info removed) Royal Doulton Burslem Flow Blue & Gold Umbrella Stand

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Color
Blue
Type
Vase
Original Or Reproduction
Vintage original
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Description

In excellent condition. Purchased around fifty five years ago by great grandparents. Sister vase running for $1200 online! Measures 24" in Height by 10-1/2" in Width. It weighs approximately 26 pounds.  Between 1882 and 1901 various Doulton marks appear on the earthenware and bone china (from c. 1884) produced at the Niles St factory. The most common Doulton mark is circular with the central four interlicking ‘D’ symbols that continued in later marks.  A similar blue printed mark with a crown above, was used from 1886 to mark the appointment of Doulton as potters to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, which this item exhibits.

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