Lot 3: BRIDDELL, DON

Braswell Galleries

January 1, 2012, 1:00 PM EST
Norwalk , CT, US
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Description: Painted resin. Flamingo with her chick. H. 33." Mounted on a circular wood base and tree trunk. Total H. 53." Note: Some chips to base of group and some pink feathers, broken wing tips.
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