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Voyage Maison Bertie

This amazing handmade wooden dog sculpture, Bertie, is simply stunning and would look prefect on top of a side board or a beautiful Chester set, handmade from rattan twigs.

Bertie stands firm on a heavy base. H50 X L58 X W32 cm, made from Willow and Rattan.

He has been waiting at Eleventh Hour for a new home, and to make way for new stock we are now offering him to you for just £1

Simply buy a raffle ticket and enter to win this beautiful sculpture and a very well behaved puppy, who makes no mess, costs nothing and doesn't need walking, can become one of the family.

All profits from this raffle will be donated to ADAS so monies will go back into our village.

Pop in and pick up your ticket quick

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