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Lapid Israel Rare Vintage Jewish Judaica Hand Made Ceramic Vase Pot New For Sale

Lapid Israel Rare Vintage Jewish Judaica Hand Made Ceramic Vase Pot New

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Israel LAPID Vase

Artist:Unknown

Additional info:Vase is very rare made in Israel. Hand painted and hand glazed.

Color:Dark blue, Gray

Material: Art Ceramic

Item Conditions:New

Measurements

  • Heigth- 4¾"
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