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Majolica Bowl Stolen From Lanesborough Home
02:07PM / Tuesday, April 24, 2012
The stolen bowl is similar to the one seen here.
LANESBOROUGH, Mass. — An antique majolica bowl was reportedly stolen from a home on Easter Sunday.
The French barbotine majolica bowl is about 14 inches tall with a diameter of about 20 inches and features ornament birds and flowers,
according to reports
on multiple websites dedicated to antiques.
The bowl was likely stolen from the home on Easter Sunday and the posting appeared on Friday.
The posting asks anyone with information is asked to contact the police department.
Attempts to reach police for more details were unsuccessful on Monday and Tuesday.
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