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AMERICAN ART POTTERY VASE, POSSIBLY ROSEVILLE
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AMERICAN ART POTTERY VASE, POSSIBLY ROSEVILLE Formed as a globular jarlet with a pair of small loop handles to shoulder below the short cylindrical neck,...

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