A group of Staffordshire pottery
Lot 137
A group of Staffordshire pottery
Sold for £400 (US$ 673) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Oxford
30 May 2012 10:00 BST

Auction 19829
Lot Details
A group of Staffordshire pottery
Including a hen tureen and cover, a small pair of giraffes, 14cm, eleven other models and a small Dresden figure (16)
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  1. Frances Robinson
    Specialist - General Ceramics and Glass
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