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Here is a very attractive antique Historical Staffordshire bowl by Adams featuring a scene of men fishing with a castle ruin in the background. Bowl measures about 10 1/8\" in diameter. It is in very good condition overall. There is an old fill-in type repair and touch-up to outer edge at about 4 o\'clock (visible in second photo right lower quadrant). It is pretty well done. There is a hairline visible on the back side which extends from the outer edge almost to the foot. It is very inconspicuous on the top side. There are a couple shallow clamshell type chips/flakes to back side edge, the larger of which measures about 3/8\" across. There are a couple very minute glaze flecks along the edge of the hairline on the top side. There are a few superficial glaze flakes to the \"upper\" part of the bowl on the top side (see photos). There is some very fine allover crazing. There is smudgy brownish discoloration on the underside. There is only very minimal darkening to the top side. Not \"perfect\" but still a great piece that displays beautifully. Please see photos. International buyers are welcome but please be aware that we will not misrepresent the value of the item(s) on Customs Form and we will not designate the item(s) as \"GIFT\". We ship via USPS exclusively. WE DO NOT SHIP TO RUSSIA. Thanks.