4365 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Caddy and storage box
Caddy, cylindrical, brass, made by Shoji Yagi and Takahiro Yagi, Kaikado, Kyoto, 2014; with signed wooden storage box
Japan, modern crafts, production, metal
[Caddy] Cylindrical brass caddy
[Storage box] Wooden storage box consisting of box, lid and textile wrapper
Nandi, figure of a cow listening to Krishna's music, cast brass, South India, 19th century
Figure of Krishna playing the flute, cast brass, South India, 19th century
Figure of Krishna as an infant playing with a ball, cast brass, South India, 19th century
Figure of the goddess Durga, with arch and base, cast brass, South India, 19th century.
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Black and white photograph of a London street scene, showing 6 brass doorbells and the names of the flat's occupiers, above a brass 'Housekeeper' sign.
Commemorative brass plaque mounted on wood, marking The Two Ronnies stage show at the London Palladium in 1978.
Grand Order of Water Rats award for Show Business Personality of the Year, 1975. Award featuring a brass rat on a green marble base.
Plaster cast, baptismal font and part, original made of brass in church at Notre Dame.
Brass, with maker's mark of crown in shield; Continental Europe; 1500s.
Brass with missing steel top; England; ca. 1800.
Brass, with Queen Victoria Jubille motto; England; ca. 1887.
Brass thimble; German; 1875-99.
'Marca Polo' mask of metal, designed by Sheila Teague and Gary Wright for Artwork, Gottelier Ltd., London, 1983-1984
Pendant on black thread necklace
The octagonal die for a pendant has a flowering plant within a circular frame. There are small incised round points at each angle of the die. It has a flat back.
This rectangular die with a pointed arched top is made for a pendant with a central seated figure. He has his arms outstretched and holds a tendril in each hand which terminates in a severed head. A moon and sun are incised either side of his head along with other small motifs filling the ground.
The roughly rectangular die has an image of two peacocks facing each other either side of a tear-drop motif. The back is plain. There are six round incised points along the top and bottom edges.
A necklace of brass beads with silver spacers which also act as hooks. From these hang five kidney shaped brass pendants of repousse brass filled with pitch or other filler. Each pendant has two silver projecting knobs on its lower edge.
Copper dance mask decorated with glass and turquoises, Nepal, 19th century.
Copper and brass container for horoscope, Nepal, 19th century
Street Lamp Post; Metal, English, 1800-1850
Red inkwell, cylindrical, with glass vessel and dropper inside, wood with brass plaque, Watermans, Italian, 20th century
Chinese; 19th c.
Net made of cotton string mesh, with a brass ring at each corner, brass clips and a length of chain, marked: 'The Beatrice Safety Cot-Net No 2 McKINNA'S PATENT. NO 2843'; British, 1857-1900
Varnished and painted walnut gaming board with brass fittings and marquetry of ebony and ivory made in England about 1810
Brass iron with stand for a dolls' house made in England in the nineteenth century
Scales for Shylock designed by Pamela Howard from found objects and assembled by the properties department of the theatre, used by Alec Guinness as Shylock in Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice, Chichester Festival Theatre, 1984. Brass.
Pan dan, copper, Lucknow, 19th century
Three horse brasses depicting Mr Punch from a Punch and Judy show, all attached to a leather strap. Brass and leather, probably 20th century, British. Harry Beard Collection.
Cast brass, depicting a lady facing right reading
Property dagger used by Frank Benson (1858-1939), in a variety of Shakespearean plays, steel blade with brass hilt decorated with imitation metal thread, given by Mrs J E Stevenson
Mosaic and brass, Italian, 1779. Inter-departmental transfer from MoC to CER, RF 2013/454.
Spice box, brass, Maharashtra, 19th century
Teapot, electroplated nickel silver, lacquered brass and wooden details, made by Rossi & Arcandi, Vicenza, Italy, designed by Peter Shire for Memphis, USA, 1982.
Photograph by Walker Evans depicting eight small knives and scalpels from the Congo, in a Museum of Modern Art exhibition entitled 'African Negro Art'. New York, 1935.
Brass rubbing, with effigy, inscription and heraldic achievement of Anthony Daston. Church of St. Eadburga, Broadway, Worcestershire. Palimpsest, 1572.
Unknown. Rubbing of a c.1370 (with c.1503 additions) brass to John Wybarne and his wives, from Ticehurst church in Sussex, England.
Effigy of Sir Robert de Bures, 1302, from Acton Church, Suffolk.
Man in armour, c.1320. Gorleston Church, Suffolk.
Unknown. Rubbing of two c.1455 brasses, probably John and Joan Digges. From Barham Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. 1501 brass of Robert Baynard, his wife Elizabeth Ludlow, and their children, from Lacock Church, Wilts.
Brass (effigies and inscription and 4 shields) of Geoffrey Sherard and his wife Joyce, with their 7 sons and 7 daughters, from Stapleford Church, Leicestershire
'John Berners, 1523,' brass rubbing, Finchingfield Church, Essex.
Brass (effigies of man [mutilated] and wife, with crest) said to be that of Robert Greyndour and his wife, Joan. All Saints' Church, Newland, Gloucestershire. c.1445 (M.S.I.)
Richard Chamburleyn and his wife Sybyll, with 4 sons and 3 daughters, 1496. Shirburn Church, Oxfordshire. 12 rubbings mounted to form one sheet.
Philip Chatwyn in armour, gentleman usher to Henry VII. Effigy, inscription and 4 shields. 1524, Alvechurch Church, Worcestershire.
Brass rubbing by unknown artist
Unknown. Rubbing of a C.1370 brass of a man with mantle and anelace, from Barham Church in Kent, England.
'Nicholas Ansley, 1593,' brass rubbing (kneeling effigy and inscription), St Margaret's Church, Lee, Kent.
Rubbing of the brass of Beneit Engliss in civil dress, Nuffield Church, Oxfordshire.
Sir Walter Curson, in armour. (d.1527 but brass engraved later, c1540). Waterperry Church, Oxfordshire.
Unknown. Rubbing of a 1497 brass to William Millys, from West Malling Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. 1472 brass to Ralph and Agnes Segrym from Church of St. John Maddermarket in Norwich.
Unknown. 1493 brass of Thomas Broke, his wife and children, from Barking Church, Essex
Brass rubbing (effigies) of a lady with two husbands, Orford Church, Suffolk
Brass effigy of a civilian, from Orford Church, Suffolk
Brass rubbing of a civilian, from Mattishall Church
Brass rubbing depicting John Asger in civil dress with mantle, and a merchant's mark and scroll, from St Laurence's Church, Norwich
Brass rubbing of the head of a civilian, from the Church of St Mary, Coslany, Norwich
Brass rubbing of the head of a civilian, from Norfolk
'Thomas Marshall, 1480,' brass rubbing (effigies and inscription), Loughborough Church, Leicestershire.
Effigies of a man and wife. Banwell Church, Somerset, c.1480
Man in civil dress, circa 1500. Hampton-in-Arden Church, Warwickshire
John White and his wife Alice, effigies and inscription, 1497, Hambleden Church, Buckinghamshire. On 2 sheets
Unknown. Rubbing of a 1533 brass to John Stacy and his wives Margaret and Johan, from Westerham Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. Rubbing of a 1557 brass to William Myddilton and his wives, from Westerham Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. Rubbing of a 1517 brass to Thomas Robert(?es), his wives and children, from Brenchley Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. Rubbing of a c.1540 brass to an unknown man and wife from a church in Kent, England.
Unknown. Rubbing of a 1523 brass to Stevyn Audyan (Odyarne) from Wittersham Church, Kent, England.
Unknown. Rubbing of c.1570 palimpsest brasses from Dunston church in Norfolk, England.
Brass rubbing of a civilian who died ca. 1520, from West Drayton Church
'Richard Pynfold, 1516, in Civil Dress and Wife Margaret'; Brass Rubbing; Dunstable Church, Bedfordshire; 1516.
Unidentified man and wife in civil dress, c.1525. East Peckham, Kent.
Unknown. Rubbing of a partial 1505 brass to William Abere (but showing a lady) from Ringwould Church in Kent, England.
Unknown. 1773 brass to Benjamin Greenwood from St Mary Cray Church in Kent.
Unknown. 1455 brass of Elizabeth, daughter of Henry de la Felde, wife of Roger Dencourt, from Upminster Church, Essex
Brass for Richard Allarde, 1593, and his three wives, Helen, Joan and Thomasin, with three children. In Biddenden Church, Kent.
Brass rubbing (effigies and inscription) of John James and Joan his wife, with 2 sons and 3 daughters, Aldeburgh Church, Suffolk
Brass rubbing (effigies and inscription) of James Coe and Elizabeth his wife with 6 sons and 6 daughters, Orford Church, Suffolk
Brass (effigies and inscription) of Edmund Chapman, alias Barker, and his wife Marryan Vesey, with 8 sons and 5 daughters, Sibton Church, Suffolk
Brass rubbing of James Good and wife Joan, with 6 sons and 5 daughters, from West Drayton Church
Brass rubbing (effigy and inscription) of George Hodges, from Wedmore Church, Somerset
'Thomas Wylde, 1599,' brass rubbing, Glazeley Church, Shropshire.
'Thomas Faunce, 1609,' brass rubbing (inscription and effigies), Cliffe-at-Hoo Church, Kent.