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Carter No.: 054ccc

Handlist description: Faience cosmetic vase

Card/Transcription No.: 054ccc

54ccc  Faience Cosmetic Vase

Position: Removed from the top of the box before the first photograph was taken.

Dimensions: H.8.3; Max. Diam. 7.0 of bowl; diam. of lip 6.3.

Description: An oviform pink faience vase with flaring lip and flat bottom bearing a legend of inlaid violet glaze and reading: <>

Content: Nil.

Remarks It apparently had no lid.

Treatment: Washed in hot water.

Card no. 054ccc relating to Carter no. 054ccc
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