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PAIR OF AMERICAN ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY BUD
© O'GALLERIE AUCTIONS, Portland, OR, USA

PAIR OF AMERICAN ROSEVILLE ART POTTERY BUD VASES, in the Zephyr Lily pattern of the 1940's, on green ground, marked Roseville, U.S.A. underfoot, in relief....

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