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Jet figure of St James the Apostle dressed as a pilgrim, probably a signaculum, a pilgrim's sign obtained at the saint's shrine at Compostela in Spain: Spanish, Asturias, probably 1450 - 1500

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Painted wooden figure of James VI and I with a moveable arm, possibly part of some mechanical contrivance like a clock, early 17th century

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Oak figure of St Andrew, patron saint of Scotland, shown dressed in long robes belted around the waist, carrying his cross in his left hand and a book in a pouch in his right hand, probably once part of a screen or altarpiece, made in Northern Europe, possibly in the Low Countries, c. 1500, said to come from Fife

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Carved wooden effigy of a bishop, thought to be St Ninian

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Highlander shop figure taking snuff

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Flat wrought iron stylised squirrel with large bushy tail, pointed ears and holding a nut in its paws, possibly a gate finial, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh

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Flat wrought iron stylised bird with a curled tail, possibly a gate finial, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh, 1920s

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Figure of a fishwife, of white glazed and painted earthenware and sea shells, shown standing upright on a hollow base with a rope moulding round it

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Bas relief figure before laying on the vase, one of a collection of specimens illustrating the manufacture of the Portland Vase, from Etruria, Staffordshire, given by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons in 1856

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Bas relief figure before laying on the vase, one of a collection of specimens illustrating the manufacture of the Portland Vase, from Etruria, Staffordshire, given by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons in 1856

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Bas relief figure before laying on the vase, one of a collection of specimens illustrating the manufacture of the Portland Vase, from Etruria, Staffordshire, given by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons in 1856

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Glazed and painted earthenware figure of a goat on a rocky base, made at Gallatown, Fife, early 19th century

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Glazed earthenware figure of a fishwife painted in polychrome, made at Portobello, 18th century

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Glazed and painted earthenware figure of a Scottish fishwife holding a large fish, with a creel and fish at her feet, Portobello ware, made at Thomas Rathbone's factory, early 19th century

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Earthenware figure of a fishwife standing with a creel of fish on the ground before her, painted in coloured glazes and enamels, from Thomas Rathbone's factory, Portobello, early 19th century

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Earthenware figure of a fishwife standing carrying a creel of fish on her back, painted in coloured glazes and enamels, from Thomas Rathbone's factory, Portobello, early 19th century

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