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Pair of Chinese Crackle Glazed Ceramic Bird
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Pair of Chinese Crackle Glazed Ceramic Bird Figures and a Japanese Porcelain Crane Figure, the pair with mahogany stands, crane ht. 8 1/4 in....

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