Here is a rare vase made by Doulton Slaters in England. Doulton Slater was in existence between the late 1800's and early 1900"s. The vase has a wide middle with a narrowing bottom and top. The neck and handles are a cobalt blue with mottled blues and greens. The middle and bottom has a very unique, almost cloisonné look. It has a pebbled texture with white and aqua flowers painted on top of it . There is a gilded lace that outlines many of the flowers and forms stems and leaves and has a lacelike quality to it. The top part has a lighter color pebbled background with aqua and pink flowers and a few more gilded strands. It stands approx. 10 3/4" tall. It is approx. 8" wide at it widest point. NOTE: There is one condition issue. There is a chip or a glaze pop on the cobalt neck. It is 1/4" long by 1/8" wide. There are no other chips or cracks or repairs. A similar piece could not be found online. Research did not find another of this shape.
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