Detail of vase of clear amber and green and semi-opaque white lustrous glass, with flaring wavy rim and tall knopped stem: American, New York, by Tiffany Studios, c. 1900

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Chouette Mate, earthenware vase decorated in liquid clay and knife engraved: French, Vallauris, Madoura Pottery, designed by Pablo Picasso, 1958

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Vase of clear colourless glass with closely set translucent purple, blue and yellow-green bands, speckled gilt: Italian, Venetian, Murano, designed by Ercole Barovier, 1966, by Barovier and Toso, 1982

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Figure of a lokapala or Buddhist guardian in earthenware with a transparent lead glaze with washes and mottlings, depicted as a warrior standing on a bull: China, Tang dynasty, 618 - 907 AD

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Composite image made of 9 earthenware figures, characters in the Beggar's Opera: English, Chelsea Cheyne, by Miss G.M. Parnell, c. 1920

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Pendant copper light shade with glass panels: British, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and made by Andrew Hutcheson, for 14 Kingsborough Gardens, Glasgow, 1902

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Figure of a prancing horse in soft white earthenware with traces of unfired red pigment, with a saddle and saddlecloth, and on a rectangular base, and repaired: China, Tang dynasty, 618 - 907 AD

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Philips electric light bulb, LED, candle shaped with screw fitting, clear, 3.5 watt, new in packaging, designed by Philips Lighting, the Netherlands and manufactured in China, 2015.

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Bowl of semi-opaque deep yellow and opaque black glass, on three black spherical feet: Bohemian, Klostermuhle, by Glasfabrik Johann Loetz-Witwe, designed by Michael Powolny, c. 1910

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X-ray tube with focusing cathode made c. 1905.

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Vase of clear amber and green and semi-opaque white lustrous glass, with flaring wavy rim and tall knopped stem: American, New York, by Tiffany Studios, c. 1900

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Ceramic bowl, with iridescent blues, reds and gold: by William De Morgan

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Aesthetic teapot, painted porcelain, in double sided form, depicting on one side a flamboyant young man wearing a sunflower and a woman wearing a lily, both in Aesthetic dress. Modelled by James Hadley and manufactured by Royal Worcerster. British, 1882.

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Aesthetic teapot, painted porcelain, in double sided form, depicting on one side a flamboyant young man wearing a sunflower and a woman wearing a lily, both in Aesthetic dress. Modelled by James Hadley and manufactured by Royal Worcerster. British, 1882.

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Model brain split into two showing neural pathways, laser etched in glass.

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