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Chinese Han Bronze Food Vessel

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Lot 0197 Details

Description
Chinese Han Bronze Food Vessel

7-1/8'' H; 9-1/4'' W; 5 lb

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Condition
Good Condition

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Chinese Han Bronze Food Vessel

Estimate $1,500 - $2,000Mar 01, 2020
Starting Price $300
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