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Philip and Kelvin LaVerne Cocktail Table Philip and Kelvin LaVerne "Odyssey" cocktail table. (Philip LaVerne, American, 1907-1987; Kelvin LaVerne, American,... [this item is NOT for sale]
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Philip and Kelvin LaVerne Cocktail Table
Philip and Kelvin LaVerne "Odyssey" cocktail table. (Philip LaVerne, American, 1907-1987; Kelvin LaVerne, American, b. 1937]. "Odyssey" oblong amorphic acid-etched and patinated ... [more like this]
Phillip & Kelvin Laverne round cocktail table.
quarter 20th century. Etched and engraved top depicting an Oriental courtyard scene. On faceted octagonal base. Signed on top, "Phillip + Kelvin Laverne". 17"h x 48"diam
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'Chinoiserie' Cocktail Table
Having a square top, signed Philip Kelvin Laverne.
Height: 17-1/4 in (43.8 cm); Diameter: 42 in (106.7 cm) ... [more like this]
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