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'Spiral form' vase by Victor Greenaway

Vase, 'Spiral form', Limoges porcelain with egg-shell white glaze, made by Victor Greenaway, Lakes Entrance, Victoria, Australia, 2000. A vase of Limoges porcelain, with a narrow base and deep foot ring rising to a tall flaring twisted form with lip. The vase is glazed in an egg-shell white glaze with the rim of the foot ring unglazed. The interior of the foot ring is glazed with blue and white glaze. Maker's mark stamped on base.
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