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Southern French Carved Giltwood Looking Glass,
© NEW ORLEANS AUCTION GALLERIES, Louisiana, LA, USA

Southern French Carved Giltwood Looking Glass, first quarter 19th century, of small size in the Louis XV taste, the open carved giltwood rails backed... [this item is NOT for sale]


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