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Antiques auction - A Ruskin pottery vase with a matt orange lustre glaze finish. Stunning piece of English studio pottery by the infamous Ruskin Pottery company. Estimate £80 - £120. For all bidding information visit our website http://www.biddleandwebb.com

Antiques auction - A Ruskin pottery vase with a matt orange lustre glaze finish. Stunning piece of English studio pottery by the infamous Ruskin Pottery company. Estimate £80 - £120. For all bidding information visit our website http://www.biddleandwebb.com

Antiques Auction - Lot 682 A Ruskin pottery vase of necked bulbous form shape 318, having a blue and grey matt glaze design. Up for auction 30th January.

Antiques Auction - Lot 682 A Ruskin pottery vase of necked bulbous form shape having a blue and grey matt glaze design.

Antiques Auction - Lot 667 A Cobridge ware pottery figure of a grotesque bird in a Martin Brothers inspired style. Up for auction 30th January, details available at http://www.biddleandwebb.com

Antiques Auction - Lot 667 A Cobridge ware pottery figure of a grotesque bird in a Martin Brothers inspired style. Up for auction 30th January, details available at http://www.biddleandwebb.com

Antiques Auction - A Ruskin pottery vase, base bearing Ruskin England backstamp and dated 1930 together with incised William Howson Taylor signature. Estimate £500. Up for auction 30th January 2015.

Antiques Auction - A Ruskin pottery vase, base bearing Ruskin England backstamp and dated 1930 together with incised William Howson Taylor signature. Estimate Up for auction January

Antiques Auction  - Lot 675 A Moorcroft pottery Plevriana pattern vase on blue ground. Up for auction 30th January. Estimate £80.

Antiques Auction - Lot 675 A Moorcroft pottery Plevriana pattern vase on blue ground. Up for auction January.

Картина Chickens and pigeons in a farmyard Ducks and rabbits in a farmyard a pair both

les oies.Salmon Series 5020 Drawn by E. Hunt.Geese & Hens

Vintage postcard for sale. Beautiful, artist drawn, vintage postcard of geese & hens by artist Edgar Hunt, published by J.

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - The Umbrellas. Renoir was a French artist who was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. As a celebrator of beauty, and especially feminine sensuality, it has been said that "Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau." (1841-1919). Wikipedia

One of my favorites! Pierre-Auguste Renoir -- Les Parapluies (The Umbrellas), oil on canvas, 180 x 115 cm, National Gallery, London.

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