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Yellow ceramic footed vase by Gio Ponti for Ginori, Italian 1920s. Marked on bottom "Richard Ginori, Made in Italy".
14" h, 11" w.
14" h, 11" w.
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Date of Manufacture
14 in. H x 11 in. W
36 cm H x 28 cm W
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