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Creator: ARGENTA
Vase by Wilhelm Kage, Gustabsberg, Sweden, 1930s
By Wilhelm Kage, ARGENTA
Located in New York, NY
Stoneware vase with an evergreen glaze and silver detail of a mermaid with fish. Silver provided by ARGENTA.
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1930s Swedish Scandinavian Modern Vintage ARGENTA Furniture

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