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The Advertiser  |  Patrick McDonald

Syndicated: Cairns Post, The Courier-Mail, The Daily Telegraph, Gold Coast Bulletin, The Herald Sun, The Mercury, News.com.au, NT News

A FRENCH art deco figurine owned by South Australia’s Angas family for more than 90 years, depicting a Spanish flamenco dancer who famously married an Indian Maharajah, will be auctioned next month.

Dancer of Kapurthala, by renowned Paris-based, Romanian-born sculptor Demetre Chiparus, was purchased new by Ronald Fife Angas in the 1920s and has been in the family collection ever since.

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