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Antiques and Collectibles:Pottery and China:Figurines

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1 George Zoltan Lefton Company, Chicago. LEFTON PORCELAIN GOLD FINCH.
949 - 1955. 
5 h. Matte finish. Signed with 1949 - 1955 mark and KW395 in gold. Original red & silver paper label with Lefton's Exclusives Japan. Fine (No defects). 
Price: 7.00 USD
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2 Unknown. Pair of Chinese Export Porcelain Parrots.
Late 19th or early 20th century 
6 h. 3 1/8 x 1 7/8 base. Green bodies with unglazed beaks & feet. Brown rockwork. Black eyeballs. Parrots are perched astride a pierced rockwork base in the traditional Chinese style. Scattered tiny rust spots & glaze contractions, but no crazing. The unglazed beaks & feet do not show any signs of once having been glazed as these are sometimes found to be. There are remnants of red markings on the bases, but neither is legible. Late 19th or early 20th century. The base of one parrot has a 1/2 l. crack in-the-making extendingout from the pour hole. The other has a hairline on back extending from the middle of the neck down one side ending on the tail feather about 1/2 from the base. About midway down the crack there is 1/16 hole, which does not appear to be in-the-making (see photo). 
Price: 900.00 USD
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3 Unknown. VICTORIAN PORCELAIN PIANO TRINKET BOX or FAIRING.
C.1890. 
Piano with a mirror frame & music books on the lid. Porcelain with thin white glaze.Unglazed base, interior, & under lid. 2 1/4h. x about 1 3/4 wide x 1 1/4 deep. Unmarked. No remnants of decorative paint. Almost identical toPlate 137 (b) in the Vogel's Victorian Trinket Boxes except the vase is replaced by another music book & the frame is larger & little more elaborate. 5/8 vertical crack in back of base o/w Fine. 
Price: 9.00 USD
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