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Vase by Doulton & Co

Made by Barnard, Harry in Lambeth, England, 1882.
Vase, flared neck, cream glaze inside, border of pale blue stylised flowers at neck, body cross hatched with diamond shaped lozenges in green and black on a cream body, decorated with applied medallions, four dark buff fish, blue dragon fly, two irises with three blue flowers, border of pale blue petals at base (OF) Early Doulton Vase, silicon alto relievo, with fish and iris applique, latticed overall decoration, Initials EB EW CL, 1883, H 11 1/2", [21], (pear shaped body) (LC).
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