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Vintage Majolica Wall Pocket, Porcelain, Flute, Man, Gentleman, Boy, Flutist, Flautist, Fife, Roses, Tree, Flowers, Ornate, Rococo, Celery

Vintage Majolica Wall Pocket, Porcelain, Flute, Man, Gentleman, Boy, Flutist, Flautist, Fife, Roses, Tree, Flowers, Ornate, Rococo, Celery

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: ceramic, glaze
  • Favorited by: 26 people
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Description

Vintage Majolica porcelain wall pocket features a gentleman playing a golden flute or fife. He is perched in a rose tree. He is wearing breeches and stockings, the manly dress of the 18th Century.

• Vintage: 1950's
• Maker: Unknown
• Origin: Probably Japan
• Marks: None
• Material: Ceramic/Porcelain
• Color: Sage green/celery background which appears lighter in the photos; vibrant, full color hand painting; gold accents
• Size: 7" by 7" / 17.78 cm by 17.78 cm
• Condition: Excellent: no chips, cracks, crazing or repairs

I combine shipping whenever possible and refund the difference.

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☺ PONY PEARL: BREECHES VS. TROUSERS

I think it's time to clear this up........ 19th Century Victorian men would not have been caught dead wearing a pair of breeches. They wore trousers - just like today's men. Think Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and Abraham Lincoln.

Breeches are tight pants that come to just below the knees and are worn with tall men's stockings. Men of the 18th Century wore them. Think Little Lord Fauntleroy, Louis XV and George Washington.

Pants are important. Let's stay focused.
Vintage Majolica porcelain wall pocket features a gentleman playing a golden flute or fife. He is perched in a rose tree. He is wearing breeches and stockings, the manly dress of the 18th Century.

• Vintage: 1950's
• Maker: Unknown
• Origin: Probably Japan
• Marks: None
• Material: Ceramic/Porcelain
• Color: Sage green/celery background which appears lighter in the photos; vibrant, full color hand painting; gold accents
• Size: 7" by 7" / 17.78 cm by 17.78 cm
• Condition: Excellent: no chips, cracks, crazing or repairs

I combine shipping whenever possible and refund the difference.

♥ More Collectibles, Kitsch and Souvenirs: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TangoPony?section_id=13497369
♥ Back to my TangoPony Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/tangopony
♥ Please visit my not very serious blog at http://www.tangopony.blogspot.com ♥

♥ Thank you for shopping at TangoPony … enjoy the ride and please stop by again!


☺ PONY PEARL: BREECHES VS. TROUSERS

I think it's time to clear this up........ 19th Century Victorian men would not have been caught dead wearing a pair of breeches. They wore trousers - just like today's men. Think Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and Abraham Lincoln.

Breeches are tight pants that come to just below the knees and are worn with tall men's stockings. Men of the 18th Century wore them. Think Little Lord Fauntleroy, Louis XV and George Washington.

Pants are important. Let's stay focused.

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