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Mid Century Modern Guido Gambone Pottery
© J. KODNER GALLERIES, Dania Beach, FL, USA

Mid Century Modern Guido Gambone Pottery Vase: Mid Century Modern Italian Guido Gambone Pottery Vase. Factory drilled as for lamp. Signed. with Donkey...

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