60 objects are associated with this tag.
'Bethnal Green, London', Black and white photograph mounted on card, by John Heywood, 1990-91
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Envelope containing gold-coloured paper leaves, Tom Smith & Co. Ltd., London, 1920-1930
Net stocking containing miniature croquet set, picture puzzle, booklet of verse and paper angel decoration. England, 1915-1929
Black folding school pencil case containing stationery and two timetables, labelled E. Brock, probably made in England, 1920 - 1929
Green paper frog with metal spring, probably made in England, 1920s
Glass tube of coloured sand with cork stopper, a child's holiday souvenir, 1920-1929
Wooden dip pen with metal nib, London, 1920-1929
Blue and white resin fountain pen with lid, English, 1920-1929
Black fountain pen, England, 1920 - 1929
Ivory coloured cap, with silk and lace trimmings, English, 1915-1920
Silk collar, edged with red ribbon, embroidered with poppy motifs, England, 1917-1925
Cloth purse with metal clap and embroidered motif, England, 1920 - 1929
Cotton and silk purse with metal clasp, England, 1920-1929
White net stocking containing small gifts, England, 1917-1925
Two cream coloured silk stockings, with darning and handwritten markings, English, possibly 19th century
[Stocking marked E.B.] Cream silk stocking, with letters E.B. embroidered in blue thread and written in ink in cuff, probably made in England, 1900 - 1929
[Stocking marked with signature] Cream silk stocking, probably English, 1800 - 1900
Artificial ivy and oak leaves on wire stems, English, 1920-1930
[Oak foliage] Small bouquet of gold ivy leaves and silver acorns, English, 1920-1930
Orange crepe paper cracker with silver details and decals of moon and owl, and folded accompanying compliment slip, made in England, 1922
Kit, Fairy Scene, paper and card, to build and colour, designed by Nicholas Danilevsky at Serabeena Ltd for the Early Learning Centre, made in China, 2010.
Page of V&A 150th anniversary album. Peter St John, 'The Museum of Childhood', 2007.
Girls liberty bodice
White stockinette liberty bodice, English, Utility, Kosybak, 1942-1952
Dolls Festival Set
Dolls' Festival (Hina-Matsuri) set containing model furniture and accessories, made in Japan, ca.1870
Lotte Reiniger. Pygmalion's Servant. Puppet from the silhouette film "Galatea" (Germany, 1935)
bone, 1800s, Lapp; for making braid
Girl's smock-dress, Martha Pullen, American, 1987
Wheelbarrow with grooved wheel made for the tightrope walker Blondin (Jean Francçois Gravelet 1824-1897) to wheel passengers on a high wire, and may have been used for one of his 1859 crossings of Niagara Falls.
Model of a japanese house
Dolls house with two rooms
Queen Mary's Rooms made in England by David Allan in the early 1920s
Marionette of a white-faced clown made to perform with a circus horse, from of a set of circus figures made by Mary Shillabeer (1904-1992).
Marionette of a circus horse made to perform with a white-faced clown, from of a set of circus figures made by Mary Shillabeer (1904-1992).
Marionette of a circus horse, one of a set of circus figures made by Mary Shillabeer (1904-1993).
Marionette of a ringmaster, one of a set of circus figures made by Mary Shillabeer (1904-1992).
Wax portrait doll of Elizabeth I as a princess made in the USA by Sheila Wallace in 1977
Wooden artist's toy, The Royal Wedding Charger, made in England by Maggie Wareham in 1981
Sepia photograph (cabinet print) of two girls and their mother; Hungary,ca.1901
Christening rattle; English, c. 1900
Gerard Camagni, French, 1850-60
Design: printed card cut into non interlocing and interlocking pieces
No. of Pieces: 18
Folder containing 3 cut-out stickers for a nursery rhyme frieze, made by Butterfly Brand, England, ca. 1935-1941.
Mohair plush teddy bear made in England by Chiltern about 1927