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German Mache Goose Egg Candy Container

Status: Available Price: $74.00
Description:
Beautifully made papier mache goose covered with a lovely imprinted paper of red and blue flowers with gold leaves and vines. The interior is another imprinted paper pattern of dark pink flowers, leaves and vines. The edges of the egg has white embossed Dresden paper on the outside and the inside of the bottom piece also has lovely embossed white paper in a point design. Also has a string loop. This held candy at one time. It is the size of a goose egg 2 1/2" high, and 3 1/8" long. Marked "Made in Germany." Lovely overall condition. Tiny bit of wear on the bottom where it touches the surface of where it is placed. This is a lovely piece, especially at Easter time for decorating. Also pictured with two wooden chickens (which are sold separately under Antique Dollhouse Miniatures and Accessories).

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