Underside, stamped in purple: [Company Logo] 'Hadley's/ [in banner] faience/ Worcester'/ in red paint 'F123/2'; attached paper label withe blue numerals '2850'; blue ink [illegible].
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Vase, after 1905. Porcelain Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Estate of Harold S. Keller, 1999.152.343. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, CUR.1999.152.343.jpg)
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Small, cream glaze round vase with narrow neck decorated in polychrome colors. Cream colored glazed round body, egg cup shaped neck and opening, in dark green with a painted brown leaf design, upper section of vase with abstracted medieval motif collar in dark green and brown with added painted regularly spaced multiple petal blue flowers, main body with painted decoration of leaves and branches in brown with small blue flowers; the whole on a flattened dark green disc base.
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