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Artist: Odette Chatrousse-Heiligenstein
Golden Garden Vase
By Odette Chatrousse-Heiligenstein
Located in Chicago, IL
GOLDEN GARDEN VASE, by Odette Chatrousse Heiligenstein and possibly Auguste (Claude)Theodore Heiligenstein (1891-1976) In 2015, Brigitte Patin, the granddaughter of Auguste and Odet...
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1920s Art Deco Odette Chatrousse-Heiligenstein Art

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Enamel

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