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Wedgwood Independence Plate

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This limited edition plate by Wedgwood was designed for the bicentenary of American Independence in 1976. It is in five colours; pale blue and white Jasper with cane, lilac and sage green.

Cherub Reading

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A charming Bisque porcelain figure of a child reading, on a green marble base, mounted on ormolu with original gilding.
French, second half 19th century.

Edwardian Jardiniere

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This tall Edwardian Jardinière is in mahogany, the serpentine sides crossbanded and quarter veneered with inlaid lozenges to the canted corners and boxwood stringing to the legs.
English, C.1890.

Revolving Bookcase

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A very smart Edwardian revolving bookcase.

Plant Stand

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This unusual piece of furniture is a Victorian plant stand. It is made of walnut with an inlaid burr walnut surface and engraved glass to the back.

Music Stand

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A Victorian Mahogany Duet stand, on a turned stem above a gadrooned bulb and cabriole tripod, an adjustable brass pole rises to offer the music rests which are decorated with lyre motifs.

Pair of Grand Tour Vases

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A pair of bronze vases, after the antique, copies of the Albani and Warwick Vases.

Bronze Diana

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5. This finely cast bronze is after an original by Houdon (c.1777), to be found in The Louvre, Paris. It represents Diana the Huntress.

Moreau Bronze

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This fabulous bronze, by Hippolyte Moreau, is entitled “Captive”. It depicts a young woman in Middle Eastern dress seated by a tree, with her eyes downcast.