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Enamelled Terracotta Horse by Primavera, circa 1938

$10,570.43

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Primavera, circa 1938. Atelier du Printemps. Elegant stylized beige enamelled terracotta horse. Signed Primavera, Made in France.  Reference: One similar model seen in the movie Ninotchka, E.Lubitsch, 1939. In the spirit of̀ Colette Gueden.

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