Glaze Gold Vase
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    18" Ring Vase - Gold - Chelsea House

    $255.00  
    More Details An elegant home for fresh blooms, this beautifully contoured vase is topped with a sleek white glaze and warm golden accents.
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    21" Faux-Snakeskin Vase - Tan/Gold - Bradburn Home

    $94.50 $119.00 $94.50
    More Details This seductive vase is crafted of ceramic and finished in a textural, snakeskin-like glaze. Perfect for displaying fresh blooms, we also love this piece displayed all on its own.
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    Lenox 24K Gold-Rimmed Vase - Eat Drink Home

    $99.00  
    More Details Lenox cream-glazed porcelain vase with a modernist design and 24K gold rim. Marked: "Lenox, Made in USA."
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    17" Greenwich Vase - Latte/Gold - Port 68

    $240.00  
    More Details A refined addition to any space, this vase is crafted of porcelain with a classic silhouette and finished with a neutral-hued matte glaze and golden accents.
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    Aldo Londi Bitossi Safety Pins Vase - Acquisitions Gallerie

    $1,805.00  
    More Details 1960s Aldo Londi for Bitossi ceramic vase decorated with gold bands and safety pins over a rimini blue glaze. Signed on underside: 95/33 B Italy.
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    Antique Royal Crown Derby Urn Vase - Vermilion Designs

    $1,249.00  
    More Details Antique Regency period porcelain with hand-painted fruit still life, urn vase with gold painted acanthus leaf style handles. Deep navy blue body background glaze and hand-painted fruit composition on the front. Gilt acanthus leaf design accents. Gilt star and wave pattern accents on the base. Marked with a crown and crossed swords logo on the underside for Royal Crown Derby. Minor surface wear.
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    Early 1900s Royal Doulton English Vases - The Emporium Ltd.

    $875.00  
    More Details Pair of early 1900s Royal Doulton English majolica vases with a rich glossy blue glaze, gracefulbands of scrolls and hearts, and a large band of coppery gold concentric circles. Marked "Royal Doulton England" with the company's crowned lion mark used from 1901 to 1922, and initialed by the artist, who decorated both vases.