Lot 423    

Boehm Parula Warblers
11/17/2012 - Fall Fine and Decorative Art: Live Salesroom Auction
American. A painted porcelain Boehm sculpture of two Parula Warblers perched on leaf covered branches, signed Boehm on base, marked Boehm / Limited Edition / Parula Warblers / 484 on bottom; ht. 15.75 in.

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Property of Dr. James Ward, Louisville, Kentucky
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