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1 A Val St. Lambert moulded glass study of a cat.

Sold for £18
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2 A Wedgewood Bristol glass intaglio ornament "Stag at bay" details
3 A Caithness glass cockerel.

Sold for £12
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4 A Buder intaglio glass horse ornament. details
5 A Marcolin moulded glass elephant paper weight.

Sold for £15
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6 A Thomas Webb moulded glass paper weight in the form of a walrus

Sold for £8
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7 A Murano glass dolphin.

Sold for £10
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8 A pair of Beswick pottery Staffordshire type white and gilded seated Spaniels.(2).

Sold for £8
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9 A Goebel frosted glass paper weight in the form of a duck.

Sold for £10
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10 A Nybro frosted glass paper weight in the form of a cats head.

Sold for £12
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11 A border fine arts study of an emperor penguin and chick.

Sold for £8
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12 A Val St. Lambert moulded glass paper weight in the form of a stylized penguin.

Sold for £12
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13 A Baccarat moulded glass paper weight in the form a a seated spaniel.

Sold for £10
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14 A pair of Staffordshire type seated cats with splashed lustre decoration.

Sold for £6
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15 A Waterford glass paper weight in the form of a rabbit, signed Beryl, Ireland 1996

Sold for £18
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16 A Noblesse crystal glass paper weight in the form of a swan.

Sold for £8
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17 Large Royal Dux china study of a polar bear.

Sold for £60
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18 A Beswick china "Lassie" type collie dog.

Sold for £12
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19 A Royal Dux china study of an African elephant.

Sold for £40
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20 A Royal Doulton china "Lassie" type collie dog. HN1058.

Sold for £12
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21 A pair of late 19th c. Staffordshire pottery splashed lustre seated spaniels with free standing front legs.(2)

Sold for £30
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22 A pair of Staffordshire pottery recumbent lions.(2)

Sold for £30
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23 A pair of Staffordshire pottery recumbent lions.(2)

Sold for £15
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24 Early 20th C. mahogany inlaid two train mantle clock.

Sold for £18
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25 Early 20th C. oak architectural mantle clock.

Sold for £12
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26 Early 20th C. German two train "ginger bread" clock.

Sold for £12
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27 3 hat shaped mantle clocks.(3)

Sold for £18
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28 Early 20c. mahogany hat shaped two train mantle clock.

Sold for £8
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29 Oak two train mantle clock.

Sold for £8
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30 Brass double burner oil lamp with glass shade and chimney.

Sold for £15
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