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BID DATE:
06/21/2017 08:22 AM
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leonardo
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DESCRIPTION

LARGE IRIDESCENT GLASS YARD BALL WITH CEMENT PEDESTAL
Age. Less than 20 years old of this form and
Composition. Cement, glass
Size. 36” high
Rating: 8 Comments: this item has a solid cement pedestal base which has vertical grooves emanating from the bottom and a flared top. Sitting inside is a glass of ball which is 12” round and has an iridescent finish. There is a small stem on the bottom of the bowl which helps it stay inside the base. This item is in good shape with no breaks having normal use wear, has a few small chips/flecks and has some soiling/stains. Give it a cleaning and it’s ready to decorate your garden or front lawn.

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