Adorable and kitschy pink hand trinket piece made circa 1950s. This light pink colored hand with light pink polish holds a cup shaped vase with little pink roses with green leaves on the sides of the vase portion. The hand has a tiny ring on the finger that also has a petite pink rose on it. The hand also wears a bracelet that is a gold color and this bangle has a larger pink rose on it.
The round vase in the palm of this retro hand is an off-white color with gold splatter accent paint. The sides of it are rubbed and all over it are sprinkled raised ceramic tiny pink roses with green leaves - some have three leaves, some have two and some have no leaves at all. There are also some painted leaves around these roses as well. There are gold accent bands around the center under the vase portion and also around the base.
This retro hand vase would be perfect for a small fresh or dried arrangement, to hold jewelry, trinkets or just as a cute and kitschy home decor item.
This unique little mid century piece measures approx. 5" tall and is about 4” wide. The vase top opening has a 3 1/2" diameter.
It is in nice vintage condition with light wear here and there commensurate with vintage age - see photos for detail.
Signed Lefton China Hand Painted MADE IN (JAPAN is missing) on the bottom. There is also a hand painted 929 in black. This item is circa late 1940s when Japanese imports flooded the US market.
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