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This is a neat little piece which appears to have been a brush holder due to the holes in the bottom of the top section which then spill out to the hole in the side. The black decoration against the ivory is a fabulous with the crane or heron. Made by Dunn, Bennett & Company and is earthenware - made from 1875-1907. Approximately 4 1/2 inches in height with a diameter on the bottom of just a little over 3 inches.
the 'VITRIFIED' mark was used from c.1955 onwards
STAFFORDSHIRE BROWN TRANSFER PEONY IRONSTONE BOWL WITH LID AND LINER
This mark, D.B. & Co. with a beehive, represents Dunn Bennett and Company of Staffordshire. It is an early 1900s Peony pattern ironstone bowl with a lid and a perforated liner. The bowl measures 5 1/8" in diameter. The liner is 5 1/2" in diameter and it is approximately 3 1/2" tall to the top of the lid.
Victorian Vase Circa
Pre World War II
It has a pure white body with gold trim. Body has large light Pink flowers and leaves. It stands 5 " tall. It is Semi China made by Dunn Bennett & CO Burslem England
Made by the Dunn Bennett member of the Royal Doulton group, this coffee pot is white with a blue design of griffins around the top. The coffee pot, that is 6 inches tall and 4 inches in diameter
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