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AESTHETIC MOVEMENT FIRE SCREEN, American
© COWANS, Cincinnati, OH, USA

AESTHETIC MOVEMENT FIRE SCREEN, American or English, ca 1870-1880. The frame of mahogany, on trestle supports, needlework image of shepherd on one side,...

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