Lot 658    

Sterling Weighted Vases
8/25/2011 - Decor Auction
American, a sterling weighted bud vase marked Alvin Sterling Cement Filled Reinforced S254, ht. 6.5 in.; and a trumpet vase marked Sterling Cement Filled with engraved presentation, ht. 11.25 in.

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