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This vase probably belongs to the 1930s line Ivory II, which featured unadorned vessels with a heavy white glaze. The Ivory II pieces were made in molds from other patterns and glazed in a heavy white glaze as a way of recycling old designs. In the case of this vase, the detail of the leaf decoration on the handles is similar to the 1927 Tuscany pattern.

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  DSCN3955_edited.JPG - This vase probably belongs to the 1930s line Ivory II, which featured unadorned vessels with a heavy white glaze.  The Ivory II pieces were made in molds from other patterns and glazed in a heavy white glaze as a way of recycling old designs.  In the case of this vase, the detail of the leaf decoration on the handles is similar to the 1927 Tuscany pattern.  
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