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Julie Powell
Julie Powell • 2 years ago

:: PIlgrim flask decorated with peaches and pomegrenates; Ming Dynasty, 1st half of 17th century Museum Rietberg, Zurich; Collection Alice and Pierre Uldry; Inv. No. U 13

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