Bernard, you have inspired me to add to the 'wheeled' photo gallery, albeit, these are American.http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3100/2545721621_eb7089c776_o.jpg
The maker is unknown on the big one. The little one was made by Adams & Co., and is known in blue, clear, frosted clear, amber and canary/vaseline. (I have the little ones in amber and vaseline).
height 3 inches (9 cm)
width 5 5/8" (14.3 cm)
length (from front edge of wheel to back of handle): 9 1/2" (24.4 cm)
Adams little wheelbarrow:
height: 1 7/8" (4.7 cm)
width: 2" (5 cm)
length (wheel to handle): 4" (10.2 cm)
wheels on both are pewter
The little one also came in a size comparable to the big one, but so far, has only been found in clear.
The last time I saw any of the little versions sold was at a Green Valley auction. A blue and clear were sold as a pair and they went for (I think) about $250 US for the pair. The blue version in that sale is the only one I have seen in that color. I have seen 2 or 3 amber versions and maybe 5 or 6 clear versions. They really are tough to find.
I only have heard of a total (among other collectors who have said they have one) of 3 vaseline glass versions on the little ones. Mine is the only one that has surfaced on ebay (and that was 8 years ago) and it cost me $320.
The large daisy and button wheelbarrow trades (in vaseline/canary) for $150-200. Other colors a bit less.
the style of the two feet, the pewter wheels, the undercarriage, etc, on both of them are strikingly similar. IF the large one is ever found in a catalog, my guess it will also end up being made by Adams. The one unusual feature about the daisy and button pattern is that the buttons have a daisy pattern on top of each button!
aka: Mr. Vaseline Glass