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A Royal Doulton 'Wild rose' fruit bowl, 1949, also known as roses G pattern D 6627, the broad bowl with a flaring serpentine rim, pattern 8206A decorated in amber, yellow, and maroon colours with green accents upon a mottled sky to deeper blue ground; with

Four various Clarice Cliff items, including fruit bowl (crazed) with fruit decoration, and pair matching servers; and small rectangular dish with fruit decoration. Diameter 23 cm. (bowl)

A silver-plate fruit bowl, a group of 'Fruit' including quartz and bowenite grape bunches, and an urn vase.

Set of six treen inter-fitting round fruit wood boxes. Largest height 5 cm. Diameter 7.5 cm

A fine teak fruit bowl, designed by Fionn Juhl in 1951, stamped Bruunn Rasmussen, Danish, circa 1950

A New Zealand burr timber turned pedestal fruit bowl possibly kauri with a rich depth of colour and soft patination. Height 16.5 cm. Diameter 25 cm

A New Zealand Woods inlay flame kauri turned pedestal fruit bowl the shallow bowl curved exterior with oval inlays of figured timbers, and supported on a stepped circular base. Height 19.5 cm. Diameter 25.5 cm

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