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Pair of English Cornucopia Form Spill Vases

England Ca. 1840

A very decorative pair of vases that are Regency/Victorian transition in form. They would have been originally placed on a fireplace mantel to hold rolled paper “sticks” to aid in lighting a fire. There is no maker’s mark

Price

$900

Condition

Excellent condition except there is a small chip to the tip of one of the ram's ears. The gold is in unusually good condition with only minor rubbing on the edge of the blue bases.

Measurements

Height: 7.5"
Length: 6.25"
Depth: 4"

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