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1950s Napco girl/lady in green dress planter/vase C6435
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1950s Napco girl/lady in green dress planter/vase C6435

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Sold Date: 09/04/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay

Exquisite NAPCO/NAPCOWARE lady or girl figural planter or vase. This one is marked C-6435.

She is wearing a delicate green dress with puff sleeves and has a matching bow in her light brown/dark blonde hair. On her right arm is a hatbox or handbag. One gold slipper peeks out from the hem of her dress.

Has the paper Napco label on the bottom as well as the Napcoware stamp and the number C6435. The label and markings are the ones used in the 1950s and 60s (label #5).

This planter can also be seen on page 74 in Kathleen Deel's book NAPCO (Schiffer Book For Collectors).

Looks to be in very good condition. The painter/decorator left a droplet of green paint on the figure's right thumb. She has a very small dot on her lower back, but that appears to be a part of the manufacture. I see no cracks or damage.

Measures about 6" high.

I am requiring insurance on this piece.

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