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Vintage Chinese Black Bamboo Bird Cage With Porcelain Feeding Bowl

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Vintage Chinese Black Bamboo Bird Cage With Porcelain Feeding Bowl

A charming decorative item for any room, this Chinese birdcage is the perfect size to tuck anywhere. It's bamboo, painted black, with three carved feet that have a rising sun motif.

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Theorem Painting of Girl with Goose by Jean Henry

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Theorem Painting of Girl with Goose by Jean Henry

This twentieth-century theorem was painted by Virginia artist Jean Henry, who designed and painted all her works with oils on cotton velveteen. She created this theorem in 1980, the only year she signed her works with her initials JRH.

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Native American Sweetgrass Basket Round Lidded Top Dyed Decorations

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Native American Sweetgrass Basket Round Lidded Top Dyed Decorations

The woven designs appear to be pairs of natives in canoes; there are three of these groups on the lid and three around the bottom, all evenly spaced. The blue bands under them give the illusion of water beneath the canoes.

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Red Fire Chief’s Helmet Ceramic Still Bank

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Red Fire Chief’s Helmet Ceramic Still Bank

. It’s a special helmet because it is painted red to show it’s the Fire Chief’s helmet and has a black shield with the number 1, FIRE Chief and F.D. on it. 

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Antique Banded Yellow Ware 10 Inch Dough Bowl With Rolled Rim

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Antique Banded Yellow Ware 10 Inch Dough Bowl With Rolled Rim

Because yellow ware was so durable and inexpensive, it was popular in kitchens for more than 100 years, finally losing favor when lighter weight, even cheaper materials were introduced in the 19

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