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TWO STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURES OF AGE
© THE POTOMACK COMPANY, Alexandria, VA, USA

TWO STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURES OF AGE early 19th Century, modeled as a woman in black bonnet, brown cape, checked apron, a basket over her left arm;...

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