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Kingston Down Brooch, 7th Century AD. Anglo-Saxon - gold, inlaid with blue glass, white shell and cut garnets. This is the largest and finest brooch of its kind to be found. © National Museums Liverpool

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Beautiful Peppa with removable skirt and tutuShe is 19" tall, CE marked and suitable from birth.Made from quality cotton fabrics, 100% wool felt and soft tulle.

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Diany Binney, the then-owner of the iconic garden Kiftsgate and her sister Betsy Muir were in their 90s when they taught Gina to plant a garden at Pettifers that weaves Indian influences in with swathes of colour and grasses.

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Late Anglo-Saxon period. The ring is of a type that is associated with the Vikings, and was popular during the 9th and 10th centuries AD.

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from The Sterling Silver Com

Fred Bennett Sterling Silver for Men’s and Black Onyx Beaded Bracelet of 6.5-7.1cm

Every Curse (a person who has chosen the Douleurs Dragon over Lord Song) is marked with one of these on their ears. In the end, every Curse chooses Lord Song, and he provides them rest in his kingdom, a beautiful forest-seaside. #CenturiesAndGoodness

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Horse armour of King Henry VIII (known as the Burgundian Bard). Flemish, about 1511-15. Part of an armour presented by the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I, to Henry VIII to mark his marriage to Katherine of Aragon. Made by Guille Margot and decorated by Paul van Vrelant

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My little Pop Princess Pacha with her pink tutu and leg warmers which are removable. She is 19" tall, CE marked and suitable from birth.Made from quality cotton fabrics, 100% wool felt and soft tulle.

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