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21st Century Art Deco Style Sterling Silver Water Pitcher, Italy, 2003

US$3,597.89

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A fine handmade sterling silver Art Deco style water pitcher, ebonized wood handle. Weight: 965 grams.

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    Ships From: Cagliari, Italy
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