This elegant swan figurine is in excellent condition. It is unmarked, but t is a picture of an almost identical swan by Hallfield Pottery in a 2005 identification and value guide on page 238. The name of the guide by Jack Chipman is California Pottery Scrapbook .This may be a copy by another company because it is not as tall as the one pictured and mine has a high-gloss glaze while theirs is in a matte finish. I really do not know, I originally thought it was a ROSELANE piece based on its' features. The vase up for auction is off-white in color; measures just under 11" high; and has a felt bottom. I never like to remove the felt. Most pieces like this come with paper labels which this swan is missing. Their is light overall crazing and one flee bite on the top of the head which or no worse than fly speck. Other than that, it is in wonderful condition and is absolutely beautiful. I DO NOT ACCEPT RETURNS , so kindly ask questions before you bid. See my return policy below for reasons. I WILL BE HAPPY TO SHIP BY A FASTER METHOD IF YOU WOULD LIKE. JUST LET ME KNOW WHEN THE AUCTION ENDS SO I CAN ADD THE EXTRA FEES TO THE INVOICE. Please check out my store, CJR COLLECTABLES , for other interesting items and much more CALIFORNIA POTTERY to come. Thanks for looking!
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