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of rectangular form, mounted with four elephant figures, two candle holders and a glass inkwell, raised on flattened ball feet. Height 5 7/8 x width 8 5/8 x depth 5 3/4 inches. Property from the Collection of Jeanne Goss, Northfield, Illinois


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Date:
2016-07-19

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