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Pictured: Associate Director and 20th Century Design Specialist Michael Jeffery of Woolley & Wallis with 'Small Bird', a driftwood sculpture, created by artist Sid Bunard in 2013.<br />
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Twelve eye-catching driftwood sculptures by one of Britain's most eccentric artists have emerged for sale.<br />
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Brighton-born Sid Burnard uses objects washed up on beaches to fashion unusual artworks of humans and animals.<br />
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They are going under the hammer with auctioneers Woolley & Wallis where they could sell for a combined £4,000.<br />
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The collection includes an impressive Jabiru bird whose beak is made out of a fragment of an orange buoy.