A Victorian Staffordshire figure group
Lot 154
A Victorian Staffordshire figure group
Sold for £72 (US$ 120) inc. premium
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A Victorian Staffordshire figure group
modelled as two similarly attired young girls, 15cm, a figural cornucopia spill, on four lion paw feet, 23.5cm, and a Bacchanalian style figure of a gentleman seated upon a barrel, 17cm
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