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  • 7" Foreign Vintage Headvase MINT

    7" Foreign Vintage Headvase MINT Shopping Cart RARELY seen head vase. I bought this from England. She is similar in styling to the Napco C348B vase shown on page 36 of Dave Barron's "2004 Collecting Head Vases" and on page 50 of his "Head Vases by Numbers", however this lady's dress is painted in a very unique mint green color and her skin is whiter and hair is white with gold highlights and eyelashes are gold. She wears a perforated or reticulated hat in the same pretty mint green as her dress. The dress

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  • 7" Josef Original Trinket Holder & Wall or Soap Dish MINT

    7" Josef Original Trinket Holder & Wall or Soap Dish MINT Shopping Cart These tall mod big eyed girls are dressed in pink with yellow highlight glow and has long golden hair. They are both incised on the bottom of the holder and the back of the dish Josef Originals Both are missing the small black label with Japan on it in silver letters. This flower child trinket holder and soap dish/wall plaque are just precious. They are absolutely perfect, except for some original cement residue around the stones, and

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  • Collecting Antique Lady Head Vases

    Head Vases Priced Right Great prices on great . Come shop now. Shopping for these collectibles is fun. I have done it for many years, and today I am selling them myself. I search the garage sales, yard sales, and anything else to find bargains that I can enjoy or pass on to you. Featured Item BLN Cynthia RARE Pink Color Headvase MINT CONSIGNMENT ITEM: "Cynthia" is one of the most elegantly styled ladies made by the renowned California artist, Betty Lou Nichols. This particular girl, who has been created in

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  • Napco C3140A Angel/Choir Girl Planter MINT

    Napco C3140A Angel/Choir Girl Planter MINT Shopping Cart This vase planter was made in 1958 by National Potteries Cleveland, Ohio. She still has her sticker and is stamped C3140A. She stands 7" tall and 5" wide. The little girl has a black with gold trim halo behind her head. She is wearing a red choir robe. Her hands are clasped together under her chin, her mouth is open in song and her long eyelashes are lowered in reverence. Her wings are applied to the front of the planter and raised. This is a very old

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