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    • J. Kin

      food bowl, artist unknown, mid-18th to early 19th century.

    • IMA

      Arab people, "Food Bowl," mid-18th to early 19th century; Indianapolis Museum of Art, Mary V. Black Art Endowment Fund, 1997.15

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