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1900s Bride's Basket /Centerpiece With Hand-Painted Bowl 10 1/2 Inches - Heavy

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*This is a gorgeous 1900s large, heavy metal pedestal centerpiece with a lovely blue Fenton? bowl hand-painted with red roses.

*The pedestal is very heavy, almost 9 lbs. and could be nickel plated or silver-plated brass. It stands 7" high, 4 1/4" across the top and 9" across the bottom from one corner leg to the next. It has 3 legs and is solid. This will weigh 15 lbs. with packing..

*The bowl has a clear crest and measures about 10" across by 4 1/4" high. Total height with the bowl is about 10 1/2". Condition is excellent. I don't see a mark on the base anywhere. Please see all photos and ask questions if you have them.

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1900s Bride's Basket /Centerpiece With Hand-Painted Bowl 10 1/2 Inches - Heavy


  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Materials: metal, glassware
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 346 reviews
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