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    A Marilyn Monroe Terracotta Planter / Vase, 1962. Oversized, with two handles on either side, hand-painted in colorful shades in a Spanish-style design; evidently one of the many items Monroe famously purchased down in Mexico to furnish her new Spanish-style home in Brentwood; vase was later purchased by the current owner in 1964 directly from Dr. Gilbert Nunez who bought Monroe's house after her death; included with a letter from the current owner stating in part that the Nunez family told her this piece was "left in the backyard near the swimming pool." (Please note there are a number of minor paint chips around the bottom of the vase due to age and wear.)
    16" x 12 1/2"


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2016
    20th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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