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ersa493




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Posted: 15/08/2012 
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I was wondering about this piece it came from my grandparents house. It seems to be unmarked. Can anyone tell me about it?

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abernathey




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Posted: 12/02/2013 
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Should be a mark somewhere. Maybe extremely small or in an unusual place. Piece could be a lighted rose bowl, or maybe a Christianing bowl?
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Posted: 17/02/2013 
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An update. might be silverplate. Could have had a sticker that was removed. I saw an almost exact copy at an antique mall that had a metal flower frog suspended across the opening by heavy wires.
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