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11/12/2018 07:06 PM
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PAIR OF ANTIQUE GOOFUS GLASS VASES

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Glass
Size. 7” high x 6” wide/deep
Rating: 7
Comments. This vase is made of clear glass which has been painted gold and has red highlights on the designs. They have large raised images of grapes as well as leaves and both have a raised edge lip. Their original paint has wear, missing spots and scratches/scrapes. Both are in good shape with normal use wear, a few small manufacturing imperfections and have some soiling. Rating is for paint and not for structure. Give them a light cleaning and you’ll have some very fancy vase is for your flower bouquets or holidays sprigs.

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