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Ceylon Ebony Figure I

Michael Donaldson Antiques

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Ceylon Ebony Figure I
Ceylon Ebony Figure I
Ceylon Ebony Figure I

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Product Information

Era:

Antique

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

ebony

Damage Information:

None

Size:

4" L x 2" W x 19" H

Color/Finish:

black

Care:

Do not use silicone cleaning products.

Why We Love This

Mid-1900s ebony figure of a man from Ceylon. Hand-carved.
As described by Michael Donaldson Antiques

Why We Love This

Mid-1900s ebony figure of a man from Ceylon. Hand-carved.

About Michael Donaldson Antiques

Michael Donaldson spent most of his career traveling the globe—as a product designer for Pottery Barn and as cofounder and product design director for Roost–before launching Michael Donaldson Antiques in San Francisco. A focus on Portuguese, Anglo-Indian, and Dutch Colonial furniture, a passion for timeless style and lasting craftsmanship, and an eclectic, often exotic aesthetic form the cornerstone of his elegant collection.