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Vase by Doulton & Co

Vase, made by Doulton, decorated by Mary Mitchell, England, 1881. Vase, ovoid shape body, everted flaring rim glazed blue inside and black on lip, neck and shoulder encircled with incised sprays of blue blossoms and brown foliage on a stippled brown ground, central panel has brown floral beading top and bottom, on a grey ground is an incised sketch of four children, fences and trees, on lower body is a band of blue green foliate motifs, green and black foot (OF). Vase, etched figures by Miss Mitchell (SB). Doulton Salt glaze vase with etched figures of children by Miss Mitchell, 10" high (LC).
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