Vintage Radnor England Bone China Mini Flower Arrangement
Description: 's a cute vintage Radnor Piece! It's bone china and is in the shape of a dainty, mint green, footed vase with 3 beautiful flowers. The colors are vibrant and the petals life like--- A really pretty piece for display! Bottom is marked "Radnor Bone China England".
Dimensions: Arrangement measures 2.5" tall and vase is hexagonal, with each side measuring 1.25" long.
Condition: Arrangement is good condition. The colors and glaze still look great! T are no chips cracks or crazing on the vase. After turning it over in hands a few times, I can't see any chips or cracks on any of the 3 flowers, but the petals all have wavy edges and different textures, so it would be really hard to see even if t were a chip. Is ready for display!
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