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VINTAGE Retro Gallery
Italian Porcelain Duck Figure
$149.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR chocolate/vanilla
CONDITION Very Good; tiny chip on tail
DIMENSIONS 11.4" L x 5.1" W x 5.9" H
ERA Vintage
MADE OF porcelain
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 25 - Jul 30
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Retro Gallery in Los Angeles has been a top source for vintage accessories and lighting for more than two decades. Owner Ara Tavitian, also a passionate collector, is always on the search for unique items from European and American sources that will add flair, sophistication, or whimsy to any home. His products have long been featured in Architectural Digest, California Home + Design, House Beautiful, and many other publications.
Why we love this
Italian porcelain duck figure finished in chocolate gloss glaze with vanilla polka dots and bill. Made exclusively for Casa del Regalo Bortoli, original label on underside.
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