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This is not a Chinese cloisonné vase of metal, but a French pottery piece made by the Longwy Workshop about 1910. The top rim and base are applied metal, and the pottery vase is covered in enamel designs. This 6-inch-high vase is worth hundreds of dollars.Some ceramic wares that were deliberately made to look like cloisonné enamels from Asia could fool ....



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