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English Gilt-Brass Tripodal Garniture,  second
© St. CHARLES AUCTIONS, New Orleans, Louuisiana, LA, USA

English Gilt-Brass Tripodal Garniture, second quarter 20th century, in the form of an antique brazier in the style of Robert Adam (1728-1792), now mounted...

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