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Karen Karnes  grey and green glazed bowl
A Karen Karnes Covered Pottery Jar, Green GlazePaul Chaleff Pottery Pitcher Dated 1976
Congers, NY, United States
DoneMay 5, 2014 9:30 PM UTC

Foreign culture, Pottery & a Nissan

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