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Victorian Staffordshire spill vase, well
© EASTBOURNE AUCTIONS, Eastbourne, E. Sussex, UK

Victorian Staffordshire spill vase, well modelled with a swan and fox drinking from a vase, with hand painted and gilt decoration, 16cm high...


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