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AN EDO PERIOD (1603-1868) LACQUERED CABINET
© SIMPSON GALLERIES, Houston, TX, USA

AN EDO PERIOD (1603-1868) LACQUERED CABINET ON A WILLIAM AND MARY (1688-1694) PARCEL GILT AND GESSO STAND, JAPANESE AND ENGLISH, 17TH/18TH CENTURY, : ... [this item is NOT for sale]


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