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A Marianne de Tre Tenmoku dish, impressed
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A Marianne de Tre Tenmoku dish, impressed potter's mark, 20cm diameter, a pot and cover attributed to Ray Finch with brushwork decoration, 12.5cm high,... [this item is NOT for sale]


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