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Lot 498
A Martin Brothers stoneware vase,
Sold for £235 (US$ 399) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A Martin Brothers stoneware vase,
of squat baluster shape, decorated with a lattice design centred by evenly spaced florets, incised 'R W Martin London & Southall 7.6.79', 12.5cm high and a small blue glazed vase of square section, with rough textured exterior, 15cm high. (2)
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