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Early Victorian Lustreware Vase

Early Victorian Lustreware Vase

SKU: RJ01492
£12.00Price

Lustreware is a metallic finish on pottery or porcelain. It is a technique that has been used since the 9th century. It became popular in recent history in the 19th century when it started being mass produced by Wedgewood and Spode. 

 

This is a lustreware vase with a hand  painted decoration.

 

It is in good condition, very small paint chip.

 

Measuring 15cm x 9cm (opening at top)

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SKU:

RJ01492

Period:

1890