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Early American silver punch bowl of Southern
© CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONS, West Columbia, SC, USA

Early American silver punch bowl of Southern interest, possibly Charleston Huguenot silversmith Isaac Peronneau South Carolina or New York, circa 1750 banded...


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