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Dale Chihuly Macchia art glass bowl (Washington,
© CHARLTON HALL GALLERIES, INC., West Columbia, SC, USA

Dale Chihuly Macchia art glass bowl (Washington, b. 1941) UNTITLED hand-blown glass vessel, signed & dated on base H7" W9" D8 1/2" Provenance: Simon...

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