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F Citti

French Art Nouveau Pair of Large Terracotta Vases Signed F. Citti, 1900-1910
Located in Frankfurt am Main, DE
Parisian Sculptor F. Citti, Paris 1900-1910. Measures: Height 19 in (48 cm) Width 7.25 in (18 cm
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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

Materials

Terracotta

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Early 20th Century French Art Nouveau Vases

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Terracotta

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Antique 19th Century French Art Nouveau Figurative Sculptures

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Bronze

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Pair of Early 20th Century French Painted Terracotta Sculptures Signed F. Citti
Located in Dallas, TX
. Citti with the markings C. F. These sculptures are in excellent condition with a rich patinated painted
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Early 20th Century French Figurative Sculptures

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Terracotta

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