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ROMAN GLASS VESSEL H 5"

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Lot 83334 Details

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ROMAN GLASS VESSEL H 5" Small crack near lip. Light green tint. From an Arbor Court, Bloomfield Hills estate.
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ROMAN GLASS VESSEL H 5"

Estimate $50 - $75Aug 20, 2020
Starting Price $25
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