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Bottle, curved handle and nozzle.

Description: It is a bottle which is made up of ceramics.It comes under the art of pottery and is used for the decoration purpose.Bottle is of golden color and it is narrow from upper side and wider from downside.It has a curved handle which is used to hold the bottle and a nozzle to pour out liquid from the bottle which is in the shape of a small pipe.It's surface is somewhat glittery and there is a open mouth at the top of it to pour something in it.
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Date: 1860

Crinoline

Description: Off-white crinoline with spring steel hoops. Covered in fabric with white on white woven design of "H" shapes. Metal fastener at front of 1" wide waist band. First four rows of springs only go half-way around skirt and are tied around the body in front. Last five rows form complete circle or hoop. No labels in garment. Attached tag with what appears to be an auction lot number, "253".
Date: 1860

Flower Vase

Description: The green vase has a long narrow neck with handles on the neck and rings resting high on the shoulders. The glaze is shiny and speckled with white. The handles are decorated with an animal or fish.
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Date: 1868/1912

Wedding Slippers

Description: Wedding shoes of off white kid leather. Designed with a square toe and throat, shoes have a large ruffled ribbon bow with tiny metal buckle set at top of toebox. Edge of upper bound with off-white satin ribbon. The low heel is of modified Cuban or Louis style, rounded at sides and back, covered in kid leather. Handwritten note: "My wedding slippers" S.S.D.
Date: 1865