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Brownfield Majolica Match Striker
$795.00
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COLOR purple/green/multi
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 4.5" W x 2.75" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN England
MADE OF ceramic
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 04 - Oct 09
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Brownfield majolica match striker, circa 1875. In the form of a pair of black boots to hold matches, all upon a circular pedestal base with an unglazed panel on the front as the match striker. No maker's mark.
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