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Midwinter Pottery
Pottery becomes collectible when it is deemed important, classic. Midwinter Pottery has received recognition for its classic pieces. It is highly sought by collectors.
The company started in 1910 at Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, England. In fact, it had become so successful that in the late 1930s, it was one of England"s largest potteries with more than 700 employees.
A major change occurred in the 1950s. Not satisfied with their current level of sales, director Roy Midwinter embarked on new technologies in British tableware production. The company had an excellent team of illustrious ceramicists and designers that included Jessie Tait, Terence Conran, Hugh Casson, John Russell and Peter Scott. A clever marketing strategy also emerged. A sister company to Midwinter, the Clayburn Pottery began producing complimentary accessories to Midwinter"s line. For example, the Clayburn Pottery produced a lamp base that worked well with a Midwinter dinner service.
Many of the pieces from the 1950s as well as the 1960s have become extremely collectible. The new dinnerware of the 1950s were targeting the younger generation who was craving new and modern after the war. The plates were shaped like television screens during that period. They were also compact and easily stacked which was important for the smaller homes of the 1950s. Stylecraft was introduced in February 1953 with 36 contemporary patterns. Among the most famous were Red Domino, Homeweave, Riviera and Primevera. The pattern Red Domino was a white plate with a bright red rim background with a several white polka dots.
A change in shape occurred in the mid1950s. The dinnerware did not have a rim. An example was the classic Zambessi pattern. It featured a black and white pattern similar to zebra stripes. The shapes were well received. Another timeless pattern was the Galaxy. It was a white plate with no rim with 4 silver lines running diagonally each way to create a grid. Inside each block was a red spiked star symbol. The Galaxy was a hand painted design by Jessie Tait.
Never content to rest on their laurels, Midwinter introduced a new shape in the 1960s. The Fine Shape was a cylindrical form. The straight sides permitted a wider area for decoration. The designer used the vibrant colors for their patterns; yellow, orange, lime green and blue. An example of this style was the English Garden pattern. The rims of the plates were boldly decorated with blue and dark blue flowers. The accents were small traces of light green. The motifs on the cups were dominated by the English Garden pattern.
Financial problems occurred that threatened the future of Midwinter Pottery. The expenses required to develop two failed range severely compromised the company. A takeover by J. & G. Meakin occurred in 1968. Meakin was subsequently bought out by Wedgwood. Midwinter Pottery was produced until the company"s demise in 1987.
Midwinter Pottery was a pottery that followed trends and was successful in its ability to change its design and shape. Collectors value the contributions and high quality of Midwinter Pottery.


Clarice Cliff - The Lady and the Pottery
Clarice Cliff pottery is delightfully British, capturing distinction and taking tea very well. Today her pottery is very popular and highly collectable.
This particular pottery is worth more than gold these days due to Clarice Cliff creating her masterpieces of the Art Deco era. Her pottery is collected by pattern and the most geometric shapes are highly desirable. This is a collector"s dream and with over four hundred different pottery shapes and over five hundred and fifty established design patterns, there is every opportunity to establish an individual collection.
Valuing this lady"s pottery is a

minefield because of the hundreds of different shapes, patterns and colours used though it has to be said that this is an investment which is always going to give a good return. The Bizarre range for example is still today a huge seller as is the Crocus range and many others.
Clarice Cliff"s pottery is now admired and sought after. Born into a working-class family in Stoke on Trent, the lady herself succeeded by gritty determination and extraordinary talent in becoming a ceramic designer of international repute. Her ranges, daring for their day, initially involved bright colours applied to whiteware in bold geometric designs. Above all else she strove for colour and plenty of it. She astutely appreciated that innovation was of paramount importance and was forever introducing new patterns to the market and eventually an incredible total of over five hundred and fifty patterns were developed by Clarice Cliff and her workforce.
The designs had universal appeal and customers were able to purchase Cliff pottery from many retail outlets, including Harrods, Liberty, Lawleys and Barkers. This overwhelming success may be attributed to the timely introduction of her distinctive and robust pottery into a depressed market place, during an epoch of economic hardship. These same designs have certainly maintained their appeal, and today Clarice Cliff"s work is extremely collectable.
The Antique Pottery of Yesteryear
In the strictest of terms antique pottery is pottery that is at least 100 years old, though today just about anything that simply looks antique will pass the grade regardless of age. Being sold through public and private auction houses, dealers, museums and online, these old and fine items are full of interest and beauty.
Antique pottery is referred to as a type of ceramic material and fired ceramic wares that contain clay when formed, except technical, structural, and refractory products. It is also popular along with the retro style. The worst thing that can happen to a piece of antique pottery is for it to have chips and cracks and hard porcelain antique pottery is very strong but has this one drawback - it chips easily.
Each type has its own individual characteristics and some antique pieces are highly prized especially if the manufacturer is no longer in production. Trade shows are great places to find antique pottery at fairly affordable prices though this may depend on the show"s location. Those in London for example will more than likely be dearer than those in the South Wales Valleys. Trade shows may not come to your town often, but you can search online for a schedule of antique trade shows that will keep you updated on shows in your city or surrounding areas.
Studying antique pottery and indeed, sculpture, is a great way to see how cultures have evolved and how artistic skills have developed over the centuries. No study of antique sculptures and pottery can be complete without looking at the classical pieces created in Rome and Greece. If you are interested in North American antique pottery then you may want to study Roseville pottery. Some of these wonderful items gives you the vivid description of how the people of the ancient era ate and drank. Unfortunately, there are fake reproductions of antique porcelain on the market and you will come to know these through experience and knowledge so always be on your guard of course.
If ever you want to step back in time and learn about our past then starting a collection of antiques is a sure step forward.


Beswick Pottery
The Beswick horse was introduced by John Beswick, founder of the England-based company that specialised in making high-quality pottery items. These Beswick horse models often feature hooves attached to the base for authenticity. What about Beswick pottery as a whole though?
At over 110 years old, John Beswick Pottery is long established in Stoke on Trent, England. They started out producing Beswick ornaments which they proceeded to master over the first 30 years of their existence. Moving on in the 1930s to creating animal ornaments, which started with racehorse ornaments, the business then moved on to comedic figurines of animals in human situations.
Made from porcelain, the Beswick pieces were hand-painted earthenware and are even more sought after today, as they are no longer in production. The company didn"t stop with their gorgeous and beautiful figurines. In 1948 Beswick studios gained the rights to Beatrix Potter, a hugely popular uk bunny rabbit. These Beatrix Potter figurines soon became hugely popular and they started reproducing every character possible from Beswick Jemima Puddle ducks to the obvious Peter Rabbit Figurine.
You can often catch a quality Beswick animal for sale at a boot sale if your good at spotting Beswick pieces. These figurines are typically based on cartoon animals and are the height of animal figurine fashion. They cover a large range of themes, mostly animals encompassing Beatrix Potter Beswick figurines, cartoon character figurines and of course the superb horse range.
There are these days many grey Beswick rocking horses for sale as very collectible items so get in there quick as they are not made anymore and so will undoubtedly increase in value as will other items now not in production by their original owners.
The Beswick factory was bought out by Royal Doulton in 1972. Fortunately, there are still many original Beswick figurines out there that can be purchased by the avid collector.

Umbria pottery & traditions: the Brocche dei Ceri and the Good Luck Shards from Gubbio

Umbria is one of Italy"s smallest regions, whose secretive beauty is made of rolling hills dotted with castles and monasteries and whose charming hill town, like Deruta, Gubbio, Gualdo Tadino, have been producing world renowned handmade ceramics since the Renaissance.
Born as merely functional to human life, Umbrian ceramics have evolved into a form of Art, without ever ceasing to be part of peoples life.
A symbol of the strong tie between Umbria pottery and the lively regional traditions are the Brocche dei Ceri, large ceramic pitchers which play a relevant role in the most famous "Corsa dei Ceri" or Race of the Saints.
This spectacular event is held in Gubbio each May 15th to honor St Ubaldo, the Patron Saint of the town.Three teams (the Ceraioli) devoted to St Ubaldo, St. Giorgio and St Antonio and clad respectively in yellow, blue and black shirts, run along the streets of Gubbio and up much of the mountain to the Church of St Ubaldo.
Each team carries a statue of their saint mounted on a wooden octagonal prism 7 meters tall and weighing about 280 kilograms, the so called Ceri (candles). Throngs of cheering supporters follow the runners. Altogether an unforgettable event!Just imagine around 11.30, the sun is shining and the bells are ringing in
the magnificent Renaissance square in the centre of Medieval Gubbio. Thousands of people hold their breath, waiting for the three Ceri.The Captain, wearing a historical costume, unsheathes his swords and calls the Ceraioli, who run out of the Palazzo Ducale holding the Ceri. The crowd cheers. Other Ceraioli are waiting for them, ready to assemble the Ceri with their H shaped platforms.

They start assembling the Ceri, a very important and delicate task. Some water is needed to help the wooden "candles" stick to their support. Specific vases are brought and beautiful ones, indeed: the Brocche dei Ceri.

The Ceri are ready for the Alzata (the raising). The Ceraioli team captains, the Capodieci, climb atop the cross-members holding the Brocche. People are still and silent, closely watching their movements. They swing the Brocche, then throw them in the middle of the crowd. As soon as the Brocche smash, people rush over to pick up a ceramic shard, as it is good luck for the entire year!

The bells start ringing again. Time to raise the three Ceri and start running along the narrow streets of Gubbio and uphill to St Ubaldo Church!

Not one person in Gubbio is immune from the charm and the excitement of this beautiful tradition. Generation after generation, for 800 years people have been running behind the Ceri, united by a strong sense of belonging. To what? To a place, a culture, a common history and a common faith

This heritage is so strong that even the Eugubini who migrated to other countries do keep celebrating St Ubaldo.

In Jessup, Pennsylvania, where a large number of people from Gubbio migrated at the end of the 19th century, the Corsa dai Ceri has been run every year since 1909 on St Ubaldo Day which, differently from Gubbio, is the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. The rules of the events are very much similar to the Corsa dei Ceri and the Brocche are always sent from Gubbio.

Its not known whether the Brocche dei Ceri have been part of the traditional run from the very beginning, approximately around the 12th century. It is however certain that they have always been a much cared for part of the celebration.

Each year the Universities, i.e. the three associations in charge of the celebration, one for each Saint, commission the Brocche to one ceramicist in Gubbio. Their choice is usually made among the five or six artisans who best embody the traditional art of pottery making.One of the ceramicists who have been paid the honor to make the
Brocche is Giampietro Rampini. He is the proud representative of the most authentic way of making pottery, as witnessed by his original Renaissance relief pattern that he and his family revived using an ancient technique.

The brocche are large pitchers, about 20 inches high. Their shape has evolved over time and so has their decoration. Since 1930 the potter is allowed to use colored glazes. The miter, the fire and the helmet, which are the bearings of the three Saints, stand out over an intricate pattern of gothic leaves.

The Brocche are deservedly popular symbols of Umbria pottery from Gubbio and of the timeless relationship between ceramic art and the culture and tradition of the region.
To celebrate this relationship, the Cultural Association "Maggio Eugubino" organizes every May an exhibition in the Civic Museum of the Palazzo dei Consoli: "Brocche d Autore".

Every year three ceramic artists, one of them from Gubbio, are invited to reinterpret the Brocche, following their inspiration and their personal elaboration of the values behind the Corsa dei Ceri.Since the very the first edition in 2002, the quality of the ceramic works had been outstanding. Definitely worth mentioning are the Brocche by Edgardo Abbozzo, Nello Bocci, Alan Peascod, Lucia Angeloni Oscar Piattella, Toni Bellucci, Giulio Busti, Eduardo Alamaro, Alexis Prez, Nello Teodori, Mario Boldrini and Emidio
Galassi.

Hopefully the Association will soon be able to find a permanent exhibition home for this unique collection!This year the artists are: Antonella Cimatti from Faenza, Patrizio
Chiucchi from Deruta ed Elio Cerbella from Gubbio. No doubt some of the best traditions of Italian pottery art will meet in Gubbio this year!

Its not the first time that Gubbio takes center stage position in an Italian pottery related event.Its a fact that Gubbio pottery has always had a special place among Umbria ceramics and has enjoyed world wide fame since the 16th century, thanks to the masterpieces of Mastro Giorgio Andreoli, considered to be the most important potter of the Italian
Renaissance.

He became citizen of Gubbio in 1498 and in 1518 invented his remarkable lustre, the chief characteristics of which are its beautiful gold and carmine colors.Since then the art of pottery making has been one of the key activities in Gubbio.


How to spot fake hand made Italian pottery
Before you close the deal of your life and pay an incredibly low price for what looks like a stunning piece of Italian pottery [http://www.thatsarte.com], STOP and read these simple guidelines.
Some stores are full of rubbish, believe me.
Lots of nice looking ceramic pieces which are machine stamped and sold as original hand made Italian Ceramics. Possibly from reputable regions, like Sicily or Tuscany.
Spotting a counterfeit is possible and quite easy.
Follow these simple steps.
1 - Turn the Italian pottery piece you"re interested in upside
down and make sure there is an unglazed area.
This area, usually a circle, shows the natural brownish orange
color of the terracotta (bisque). The bisque is sometimes made of white grayish clay, often used for small pieces, but it"s still clearly visible.
Now you"ll be wondering why this detail is so important.
Let me remind you how the humble terracotta changes into a priceless Italian pottery. Before the actual hand painting the artisan dips the terracotta deeply into a sieve containing fast drying liquid glaze. This fine powder will prevent the colours from spreading and blurring into each other during the painting and will bond with the subsequent coloured glazes during the final firing.
The glaze however gets quite sticky during the firing. That is why the clever artist makes sure that his or her fine Italian pottery pieces are not in touch during the firing and carefully removes the glaze from their base. The damage would be otherwise irreversible.
2 - Touch the unglazed area. It must be rough.
If it is white and smooth then its not an original Italian pottery piece, made with traditional materials and techniques.
Sometimes it is still possible to detect the marks of the long pincer the artisans use to glaze their pottery: it"s two tiny dots usually positioned near the rim of the pieces.
3 - Brush strokes must be visible.
Italian ceramics are always hand painted and if you look at them closely you will be able to see the single stokes that contribute to the beauty and artistry of your piece.
You will never forget the emotion of a close look to a Renaissance portrait and will find it hard to believe that those colourful, lively characters are painted with no more than 4 or 5 colors.
Now you own the key tools to spot a fake.
If you are passionate about Italian pottery, though, I have a
suggestion for you which goes beyond technicalities.
My suggestion is: look at as many Italian pottery pieces as possible. Browse Internet, read books, visit museums, go to exhibitions, visit the stores of your city and touch them.
Your senses will grow accustomed to their patterns, their shapes, their look and feel. And in a few years your expertise will match your passion.
In the meantime if you wish to start your own collection of fine Italian pottery, buy from a reputable dealer. Someone who is willing to tell you more about the piece than just its price, who is happy to spend some time to educate you, who knows the name of the artist and offers a clear return policy.
An investment in Italian pottery is an investment in art and beauty. Buy quality - you"ll never regret it.


How to spot fake hand made Italian pottery
Before you close the deal of your life and pay an incredibly low price for what looks like a stunning piece of Italian pottery [http://www.thatsarte.com], STOP and read these simple guidelines.
Some stores are full of rubbish, believe me.
Lots of nice looking ceramic pieces which are machine stamped and sold as original hand made Italian Ceramics. Possibly from reputable regions, like Sicily or Tuscany.
Spotting a counterfeit is possible and quite easy.
Follow these simple steps.
1 - Turn the Italian pottery piece you"re interested in upside
down and make sure there is an unglazed area.
This area, usually a circle, shows the natural brownish orange
color of the terracotta (bisque). The bisque is sometimes made of white grayish clay, often used for small pieces, but it"s still clearly visible.
Now you"ll be wondering why this detail is so important.
Let me remind you how the humble terracotta changes into a priceless Italian pottery. Before the actual hand painting the artisan dips the terracotta deeply into a sieve containing fast drying liquid glaze. This fine powder will prevent the colours from spreading and blurring into each other during the painting and will bond with the subsequent coloured glazes during the final firing.
The glaze however gets quite sticky during the firing. That is why the clever artist makes sure that his or her fine Italian pottery pieces are not in touch during the firing and carefully removes the glaze from their base. The damage would be otherwise irreversible.
2 - Touch the unglazed area. It must be rough.
If it is white and smooth then its not an original Italian pottery piece, made with traditional materials and techniques.
Sometimes it is still possible to detect the marks of the long pincer the artisans use to glaze their pottery: it"s two tiny dots usually positioned near the rim of the pieces.
3 - Brush strokes must be visible.
Italian ceramics are always hand painted and if you look at them closely you will be able to see the single stokes that contribute to the beauty and artistry of your piece.
You will never forget the emotion of a close look to a Renaissance portrait and will find it hard to believe that those colourful, lively characters are painted with no more than 4 or 5 colors.
Now you own the key tools to spot a fake.
If you are passionate about Italian pottery, though, I have a
suggestion for you which goes beyond technicalities.
My suggestion is: look at as many Italian pottery pieces as possible. Browse Internet, read books, visit museums, go to exhibitions, visit the stores of your city and touch them.
Your senses will grow accustomed to their patterns, their shapes, their look and feel. And in a few years your expertise will match your passion.
In the meantime if you wish to start your own collection of fine Italian pottery, buy from a reputable dealer. Someone who is willing to tell you more about the piece than just its price, who is happy to spend some time to educate you, who knows the name of the artist and offers a clear return policy.
An investment in Italian pottery is an investment in art and beauty. Buy quality - you"ll never regret it.

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VERSACE DIVERTISSEMENT MEDUSA PLATE DESSERT SALAD BREAD DISH Rosenthal NEW SALE
VERSACE DIVERTISSEMENT MEDUSA PLATE DESSERT SALAD BREAD DISH Rosenthal NEW SALE
Just $55.00
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GIANNI VERSACE MEDUSA BLUE PLATE B&B DESSERT SALAD 7
GIANNI VERSACE MEDUSA BLUE PLATE B&B DESSERT SALAD 7" ROSENTHAL NEW IN BOX $
Just $59.00
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VERSACE RUSSIAN DREAM PLATE Rosenthal 22cm Authentic New PARTNER Gift SALE
VERSACE RUSSIAN DREAM PLATE Rosenthal 22cm Authentic New PARTNER Gift SALE
Just $95.00
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VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY
VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY "BRIGHT CHRISTMAS 2012" TRAY, 3 1/4 INCH
Just $55.00
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VERSACE by Rosenthal  '' Les Tresores De La Mer
VERSACE by Rosenthal '' Les Tresores De La Mer " 5 Place Set New in Box
Just $495.00
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VERSACE LE ROI SOLEIL KING SUN  COFFEE POT ROSENTHAL made in Germany
VERSACE LE ROI SOLEIL KING SUN COFFEE POT ROSENTHAL made in Germany
Just $129.00
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VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY "MARCO POLO" BREAD & BUTTER PLATE, 5 1/2" SQUARE
Just $55.00
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VERSACE  BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY
VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY "LES TRESORS DE LA MER" CANAOE DISH, 4 3/4" SQ.
Just $40.00
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VERSACE MEDUSA BLUE BREAD & BUTTER PLATE 7 1/8
VERSACE MEDUSA BLUE BREAD & BUTTER PLATE 7 1/8" BRAND NEW ROSENTHAL
Just $75.00
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Authentic ROSENTHAL VERSACE plate
Authentic ROSENTHAL VERSACE plate
Just $90.00
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VERSACE BYZANTINE MEDUSA B&b DESSERT PLATE PINK Gold  dish Rosenthal NEW SALE
VERSACE BYZANTINE MEDUSA B&b DESSERT PLATE PINK Gold dish Rosenthal NEW SALE
Just $55.00
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VERSACE - ROSENTHAL
VERSACE - ROSENTHAL "Medusa Lumière" Crystal Coaster - Paperweight - Ring Holder
Just $60.00
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Versace Medusa Mint Dish 5
Versace Medusa Mint Dish 5" New In Box
Just $72.00
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VERSACE MEDUSA NAPKIN RING GORGONA RED ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN Table decor New SALE
VERSACE MEDUSA NAPKIN RING GORGONA RED ROSENTHAL PORCELAIN Table decor New SALE
Just $69.00
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VERSACE ROSENTHAL
VERSACE ROSENTHAL
Just $260.00
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VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY
VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY "DEDALO" VASE, PORCELAIN, 12 2/3 INCH, NARROW
Just $235.00
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VERSACE BYZANTINE DREAMS DINNER PLATE 10 1/2
VERSACE BYZANTINE DREAMS DINNER PLATE 10 1/2" PORCELAIN GERMANY ROSENTHAL
Just $125.00
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VERSACE MEDUSA WHISKEY SET OF 2 VODKA SCOTCH CRYSTAL GLASSES WEDDING  GIFT Sale
VERSACE MEDUSA WHISKEY SET OF 2 VODKA SCOTCH CRYSTAL GLASSES WEDDING GIFT Sale
Just $115.00
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VERSACE BAROCCO PLATE Rosenthal PARTNER GIFT IDEA  NEW SALE 18cm
VERSACE BAROCCO PLATE Rosenthal PARTNER GIFT IDEA NEW SALE 18cm
Just $59.00
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VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY
VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL, GERMANY "SPARKLING CHRISTMAS" TRAY, 3 1/2" SQ. GORGEOUS!
Just $50.00
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VERSACE MEDUSA PLATE TRAY BREAD FRUIT CANDY  DISH DIVERTISEMENT ROSENTHAL SALE
VERSACE MEDUSA PLATE TRAY BREAD FRUIT CANDY DISH DIVERTISEMENT ROSENTHAL SALE
Just $50.00
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VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL,GERMANY
VERSACE BY ROSENTHAL,GERMANY "LUMIERE" CRYSTAL ASH TRAY 5 INCH (13M) CGORGEOUS!
Just $155.00
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FLOWERPOT VASE CACHEPOT 20cm/8 inch diam. VERSACE ROSENTHAL° MEDUSA RED ° NIB 1A
FLOWERPOT VASE CACHEPOT 20cm/8 inch diam. VERSACE ROSENTHAL° MEDUSA RED ° NIB 1A
Just $420.00
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Versace Dedalo 13.75
Versace Dedalo 13.75" Champagne Flute - Set of 2 Retail: $ 315.00
Just $159.00
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VERSACE LE JARDIN DINNER PLATE Rosenthal 27cm Wedding GIFT NIB RETAIL130$ SALE
VERSACE LE JARDIN DINNER PLATE Rosenthal 27cm Wedding GIFT NIB RETAIL130$ SALE
Just $85.00
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VERSACE Medusa Colors - Pink 12
VERSACE Medusa Colors - Pink 12" Service Plate **NEW**
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