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  • Staffordshire 19th Century Blue and White Plate
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Staffordshire 19th century blue and white meat draining plate. Dimensions Height 2.5 inches Width 20.5 inches Depth 16 inches.
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    Antique Late 19th Century British Platters and Serveware

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  • Staffordshire 19th Century Blue and White Plate
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Staffordshire 19th century blue and white meat draining plate depicting British scenery pattern. Dimensions Height 3 inches Width 20.5 inches Depth 16...
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  • Large mahogany lazy Susan
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Mahogany Lazy Susan, the large circular top with molded edge raised up on circular stepped base. Dimensions Height 8.5 Inches Width 28 Inches Depth 28 Inches
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    Early 20th Century British Platters and Serveware

    Materials

    Wood

  • Mahogany Lazy Susan
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Mahogany Lazy Susan, the circular top with carved molded edge raised up on circular stepped base. Dimensions Height 7 inches Width 17.5 inches ...
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    Early 20th Century British Platters and Serveware

    Materials

    Wood

  • Pair of spelter figures of Warriors
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Pair of spelter Warriors, each crisply modelled in late medieval-style armour, one with swords raised the other an axe all raised on circular stepped plinth bases. Dimensions Height ...
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    Early 20th Century British Figurative Sculptures

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  • Pair of Glass Decanters
    Located in Cheshire, GB
    Pair of glass decanters with stoppers and each with a Birmingham silver ‘Whisky’ decanter label. Dimensions Height 9.5 Inches Width 4 Inches ...
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