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Online Appraisals Antiques Chinese Cloisonne Bud Vases

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Published on Jan 10, 2009

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Comments • 4

Rhonda Loeblein
Do you have a gold and red Royal Vienna bud vase signed Wagner beehive mark and thee girl is Beatrice?
Janet Flowers
oops carved not craved lol janet 
Janet Flowers
I have an oriental vase given to me at or around 95 yrs old hand craved and believe it to be ivory, I am in search of what it's value is if any. Does any one have a way to help me with this? angelnwaitin45@yahoo.com
Carol Paola
I have a 12 place setting with all of the serving pieces including tea pot.I was told that it is prewar. The entire set is in excellent condition, no chips or cracks. I have had the set since 1970 and would like to get an appraisal lof it's value. I have photos that can be emailed to you.The set was bought in Japan around 1943. I do not know the name of the pattern
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