Lot 469    

Gloria Acque Zuni Petite-Point Coral Squash
3/25/2011 - American Indian & Western Art
Hand-wrought with ten blossoms and a naja, all with super-tiny stones, length 20 in. x height of naja 1.75 in.
fourth quarter 20th century.


Condition:  
Excellent.
Sold: $240.00
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