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Experience:  Antiques dealer for 12+ years and collector for 30+ years specializing in American and European porcelain, glass, art, furniture, coins, watches, sterling silver, pocket watches, and jewelry.
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I have a large water pitched willow pattern feint light blue

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Hello - I have a large water pitched willow pattern feint light blue with patterned closed spout, markings underneath are semi china in double square box with TM. U.S. outside the box, I was told it had some value, how can I get this confirmed
JA: The Antiques Appraiser can help. You can also send photos once I've connected you. Do you know how old the china is?
Customer: 80 years plus
JA: Is there anything else important you think the Antiques Appraiser should know?
Customer: it appears to have a seam down the front under the spout and at the back in line with the handle as if it were made in two halves
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
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Please add one of the bottom

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
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This is an 1830 to 1854 light blue transferware semi china water pitcher with ice lip in the

Blue Willow pattern made in England valued at 200GBP resale.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Thank you!

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