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Dramatic Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight (Colossal)

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Perfection, down to a tea: The Royal Family's private Fabergé collection goes on display in Buckingham Palace

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Illustrated Map of Cornwall - Penzance - Surfing - St Ives - Hand-drawn - A4 Art Print - Perfect Gift - Made in UK - Ready to Frame


Henry VIII’s Psalter - Written and illuminated in 1540 by an emigré from the court of the French king Francis I, King Henry VIII’s Psalter is Jean Mallard’s most lavish production.


One of two known photographs of the original Ooser taken between 1883-1891. The Ooser was a horned beast of folklore for several centuries in Dorset, England. The original mask disappeared in 1897; and a 1975 replica is at the Dorset Museum. Used in a procession of Morris dancers atop the Cerne Abbas giant on May Day and St. George's Day.


Zulu War, 1879 Zulu warriors with their assegai spears. assagai is a pole weapon used for throwing or hurling, usually a light spear or javelin made of wood and pointed with iron.


An impoverished and brutally dismembered Congolese man who was enslaved in his own nation by King Leopold of Belgium to collect wild rubber that made King Leopold rich.

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Viking silver treasure hoard worth £1m unearthed after 1,000 years

The treasure is believed to have belonged to a rich Viking who buried it during the unrest following the conquest of the Viking kingdom of Northumbria in 927 by the Anglo-Saxon king Athelstan. It is believed he was unable to go back to the hoard, possibly as a result of turbulence during the period.