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Footed Cup with Carved Floral Decor and a Handle in the Form of Two Dragons and Scrolls

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Department of Asian Art Harvard Art Museums/Arthur M. Sackler Museum Bequest of Mrs. Nicholas Brown
Title: Footed Cup with Carved Floral Decor and a Handle in the Form of Two Dragons and Scrolls
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