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An adjuster called on contents claims experts to consult on the appraisal, conservation, and diminution of value of a Donald Judd statue that fell from its wall mount and was dented when it struck the floor. Judd statues are geometric in shape, many resembling boxes of various sizes and proportions. The statue may be a singular form or multiple forms installed as a group. The statues were often constructed of either stainless steel or aluminum stock, and unpainted. 

Judd’s artistry was in the design of his statues. Much like an architect designing a building, Judd designed his statues, but they were not made by his hand. They were crafted to his specifications by others, built to meticulous specifications in industrial fabrication shops.

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