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JAPANESE LACQUERED WOOD COVERED URN MEIJI
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JAPANESE LACQUERED WOOD COVERED URN MEIJI PERIOD JAPANESE LACQUERED WOOD COVERED URN, MEIJI PERIOD, 19TH C., H 8", DIA 8":A round black lacquer urn with...

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