Lot 1217    

Otto Heino Bowl, Plus
2/15/2014 - Decorative Arts: Live Salesroom Auction
American, a bowl signed Otto Heino (1915-2009), plus two bowls with copper reduction glaze, all signed; tallest ht. 3 in.

From the Collection of Dorothy Miner.
Sold: $123.00
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