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10/25/2020 03:29 AM
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CHINESE PUZZLE BALL WITH STAND + BOX

Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Unsure
Size. See below
Rating: 9 8
Comments. This puzzle is 6 high and has a 2 round ball which has a series of at least three other carved balls inside of it. There are intricate exterior designs that includes dragons as well as circles. It has a fancy carved stand with a trio of upright elephants which hold the ball in place. This item is in good shape with minor use wear, light soiling and the stand has a few very small, thin split lines on the platform on which the elephants are standing. It even comes with the original box/display case whose cover has seen better days. A very fancy, intricately carved piece to complement your Asian decor.

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