Aynsley Cottage Garden Vases x3


Aynsley Cottage Garden Vases x3

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Aynsley Cottage Garden Vases x3 featuring a floral and butterfly pattern with gilt accents. Printed on 2 of the bases “Aynsley, Est 1775, Made in England, Fine English Bone China, Cottage Garden, Portrayal of the Flora of an English Cottage Garden”, and on 1 of the bases Aynsley, Est 1775, Cottage Garden, Fine Bone China, Made in England” Item is in good condition free from cracks and crazing however the smallest vase does have a nibble/chip to the top, the others are in excellent condition. Please see photographs and individual Additional Dimensions.

Additional information


Length (approx): 10.5cm
Width (approx): 10.5cm
Height (approx): 23cm




Ceramic, China, Earthenware, Porcelain, Pottery

Object Type

Vases x3


Cottage Garden

Additional Dimensions

Vase 1 measures approx. Length 8cm. Width 8cm. Height 23cm. Vase 2 measures approx. Length 10.5cm. Width 10.5cm. Height 22.5cm. Vase 3 measures approx. Length 8.5cm. Width 8.5cm. Height 16.5cm.


Good – Preloved/Used


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