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37 in.Hx11 in.Wx7.75 in.D
94 cmHx28 cmWx20 cmD
Mid 20th Century
A sculptural and whimsical aluminum lidded fish pitcher or ice bucket by Arthur Court, stamped at bottom, Mid-century.
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