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3 PIECES, HINDU DEITY WOOD CARVINGS:  Hand
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3 PIECES, HINDU DEITY WOOD CARVINGS: Hand carved. 2 with wood bases, 1 missing base. . Issued: 20th c. Dimensions: 12. 75"H, tallest. Provenance: David...

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