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Three carved wooden spoons, 19th c. , one with a pierced philphlot flanked by hearts and flowers, initialed M H , 10 1/4" l., one with pierced joined hearts, 9 1/4" l., and one with shell and floral decoration, 14" l.


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Date:
2015-10-03

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