Staffordshire spill vases

Discussion in 'Pottery, Glass, and Porcelain' started by Louise88, Jun 3, 2020.

  1. Louise88

    Louise88 Active Member

    Hi there

    I bought these from an estate sale. I believe they are Staffordshire spill vases from circa 1860. There's no stamp, the only difference I see is that there is no "shrubbery" like there is in the example in the link below. Is this a piece that's often replicated? I want to sell them, just want to be confident that they're original.

    Thanks in advance.

    https://madelena.com/media/staffordshire13431.html

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  2. kentworld

    kentworld Well-Known Member

    They look right to me. The maroon colour in the holder part is different from the brighter orange colour one often sees, but if a repro, then an antique repro!
     
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