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Deliberate Dreamer
Deliberate Dreamer • 1 year ago

Stickley's Leaded Glass China Cabinet -- According to Pinner, "This beautiful and dramatic Gustav Stickley china cabinet was designed by LaMont Warner, perhaps one of the greatest American Arts & Crafts Designers."

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