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In a workshop in southeast England a restorer carefully removes the saddle of an old rocking horse, preparing it for repair.Twins Marc and Tony Stevenson have been making the bespoke replicas for 37 years, including models for Britain's Queen Elizabeth, a longtime horse and racing enthusiast.Based in the village of Bethersden in Kent, the firm makes about 170-180 rocking horses a year, with prices starting at 1,000 pounds ($1,314) for a miniature model. Stevenson said limited edition pieces like the Diamond Jubilee horse cost 10,000 pounds plus value added tax.
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