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Figures, figurines, and animal studies come in various forms, sizes, and mediums. Whether it’s a Border Fine Arts, Beswick Pottery, Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, or more obscure example one of the 19th century English or continental factories. At 1818 we are always pleased to uncover once-treasured figures or studies and work hard to find them an equally loving home.

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Lot 468

A limited edition Border Fine Arts horse racing group ‘Safe
Landing’ L155, Number 262/1850, designed by Anne Wall,
depicting steeple chase, raised on moulded mahogany plinth,
21.5cm by 30cm, sold with certificate of authenticity.

Sold: £130

Lot 473

A limited edition Border Fine Arts greyhound racing group,
‘Waterloo Chase’ B1009, number 100/350, designed by Hans
Kendrick, depicts two greyhounds chasing a rabbit, on mahogany

plinth, 43cm, sold with certificate.
Sold: £210

Lot 477

A limited edition Border Fine Arts group, ‘Morning Exercise At
Balmoral’ number 487/500, B0814, Designed by Craig Harding,
depicting the Queen, Steed, and corgis, on a mahogany plinth,
38cm by 43cm, sold with a certificate of authenticity.

Sold: £165

Lot 489

A group of five Royal Worcester fine bone china figurines,
comprising; ‘Royal Debut’ CW159 5704/12500, ‘A Royal
Anniversary’ CW317 590/12500, ‘The Embassy Ball’ CW360
590/12500, ‘The Golden Jubilee Ball’ CW284, 590/12500 (AF), ‘A
Royal Presentation’ CW258, 590/12500, and ‘A Christmas Wish’
four being from the Splendour of Court series, three with
certificates and folder. Each with wooden plinth.

Sold: £210

Lot 520

A Beswick pottery racehorse study ‘Troy’ number 2674,
racehorse of the year 1979, winning The Derby, Irish Sweeps
Derby, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes and
The Benson & Hedges Gold Cup, owned by Sir Michael Scott,
trained by W.R Hern, designed by Graham Tongue for the
Connoisseur Horses series, raised on a rounded mahogany plinth
with a label, 29cm high

Sold: £150