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    Donald Trump and Marla Maples: Personally-Owned Angel Candlesticks. Pair of 18" tall candlesticks, each featuring a putti holding a bunch of grapes, painted gold. The frame and candleholder is made of metal while the angel is of unknown substance, possibly clay, plaster, wood or composition. Excellent condition. Accompanied by an unsigned typed Letter of Provenance on Marla Maples personal letterhead stating: "This set was owned and displayed on the dinner table in the home of Mr. Donald Trump and Mrs. Marla Maples Trump in Trump Tower, New York City, during their marriage. The pair of candlesticks later resided in Calabasas, California, at the home of Ms. Marla Maples and Ms. Tiffany Trump."

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2017
    2nd Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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