Marie Curie Peh & Plate

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Auction for a, unique once-in-a-lifetime limited edition, carved replica of a typical Dundee "peh" and plate by renowned artist Tony Morrow, from wood from the original deck of the RRS Discovery - a ship built in Dundee, the last traditional wooden three-masted ship to be built in Britain. It has a certificate of authenticity for both the wood and the artist.

The bidding for this priceless gem, by one of Scotland's finest, starts at £1500.

All proceeds from the successful bid will be donated to Marie Curie, providing care and support to people living with a terminal illness in the DD postcode area, Scotland. 

BID BY CLICKING ON THE SMALL PICTURE ABOVE THE BID  and the screen will open.

Remember - this is your one and only chance to ever own this piece of art and history combined.

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Dundee "Peh" & Plate, from wood from RRS Discovery
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