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Doulton vase

Made by Lee, Frances E in Lambeth, England, 1883.
Vase, made by Doulton, decorated by Frances E Lee, England, 1883. Vase, tall trumpet shape with flaring rim, the interior glazed blue-grey to mid-way, the body decorated with three large diamond-shaped panels of incised foliate scroll and flower motifs separated by circular blue rosettes, base narrows to a stem and circular foot with incised leaf motifs ... [incomplete] (OF). Doulton salt glaze vase incised design (No.2), blue grey and brown colouring, 12" high, signed F.E.L. (Frances E Lee, 1883) (LC).
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