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Fueco

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Yeah, we got 6" last Monday. Broke a record apparently. Record cold too, high of 28 degrees F tomorrow. It sucks because I have bald all seasons right now and was hoping to limp by until late November until I swapped my snows on.
Still going...

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70s Cambridge/Coppley made in a factory 5 mins from my house (with some moth damage) and 50s McGregor reversible Tweed harrington (Tweed Harrington strikes me as an excellent name for a dapper expat detective charged with solving LA's most salacious crimes...)
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Ginormous vtg PRL full length cotton trench with features for days
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Canadian-made Jordan (tag has a 1999 date code) and women's Tommy from around the same time
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Fay
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Lulu blazer and Versace Collection blouson
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Canali brown label and a nice pop
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Square toe gamo x2 (chelseas are gone), Dack's u-wings for personal and Dack's Antelope skin derbies
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My growing eyewear backlog from the last month (Gatorz, D&G x2, beat to hell Escada, Moschino, Judith Leiber folding readers, beat up Bvlgari, 60s B&L RB rainbow "Bewitching", recent Ray Bans and some ugly Maui Jims)
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And a Lenny Kravitz sized mohair blend scarf to round it off
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Fueco

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Tourist market or anything special? I’m fascinated by this stuff. I’m assuming 99.5% of anything like this I find is just the replica stuff though.
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The number in English tells me it's not an old one, also that it appears to be symmetrical.
I'm not sure about the raised areas, but would imagine "The painted Vase you are looking for" to look very different.
Asymmetrical
Uneven glaze
Possibly a crackled glaze
Continuity between the painting styles of the foreground objects and the background.

(example, the one above appears to be stenciled and watercolored. the real deals are painted)

-It's the difference between "This is nice" and holding an object and going into shock.

It is very nice though, something you can display without getting antsy when people or pets are around it.
The number #34 and the matching between the raised areas and the stencils could mean a small batch production. so it may have some value. If it's from a prominent maker.

If you guys are bored enough, I could do a thrift run just to see if i can find a good one. And post pictures of what i find along the way and why they are wrong.
With my limited knowledge from watching the Japanese "How much is this worth" Thrift TV show.
 
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