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LAOS, RATTANAKOSIN PERIOD BRONZE GILT SHRINE
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LAOS, RATTANAKOSIN PERIOD BRONZE GILT SHRINE BUDDHA BUST: Lacquer and devotional gilding throughout. . Early 19th century Rattanakosin Period Thai bronze...

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