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#24046
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Cyrus Noble -- Bear and Cubs Decanter

Another of our absolutely gorgeous Cyrus Noble North American Wild animal porcelain decanters -- this is the "Bear and Cubs" (ursus horribilis). The bear is a creature of great size, bulk and strength. It is omnivore, and will eat almost anything, from roots to beries to fish. But the food it prefers above all is wild honey. When irritated, bears are fierce fighters; this holds true for fema... moreBuy Now http://www.tace.com/i/24046.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
#24057
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Cyrus Noble -- Penguin Family Decanter

In the frozen sourthern lands where few humans dare to venture, hundreds of thousands of penguins live and prosper. These flightless birds are well adapted to the Antarctic environment. The wings work well as paddles, helping the penguin go after the fish and shell fish that make up its diet. Penguins' feathers are small and hard, almost like scales, and these protect the birds from the vicious... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/24057.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
#24060
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Cyrus Noble -- Walrus Family Decanter

The Walrus Family from Cyrus Noble "Animals of the Sea" series. The walrus, with its hulking body, long tusks, whiskers, and mournful expression, has long been a favorite of story tellers, photographers, and artists. He inhabits the frigid waters surrounding the North Pole, and usually lives a peaceful life digging clams, mussels, and other shell fish from the sea bottom with its long ivory tus... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/24060.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
#19872
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Cyrus Noble Mine Series Decanters

The full series of Great Old West Decanters of the Cyrus Noble Mine Series. These are truly works of art with the detail and hand painting on each decanter. Decanters of this type, in my estimation, will be very rare in years to come as they simply haven't been made for 25 years and will not likely be produced or reproduced in the future. You see individual decanters for sale occasionally, but... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/19872.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
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