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This bowl or an identical one can be seen in a photo of Bertha Buswell''s home, suggesting the bowl now numbered 69.52 may have come from the Buswell bequest and now be mis-numbered, although the dimensions for this work do not match up precisely with the dimensions for that object either. 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