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    César Paternosto (Argentinian b. 1931) Staccato signed, titled and dated 'CESAR PATERNOSTO, STACCATO: 1965' (on the reverse).
    Staccato Dishcloth. Designer: Jenny Konopinski Pattern Type: Knit Sizes Included: 7" square Yarn Shown: Shine Sport Yarn Yardage: 110
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