298 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Front page of The Mirror, or, Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, 29 July 1837, illustrated with an etching entitled 'Ascent of the Vauxhall Balloon and Mr. Cocking's Parachute.' The etching shows the last fatal balloon ascent of Robert Cocking (1776-1837). Gabrielle Enthoven Collection.
Design for the decoration of the Great Room of the Society of Arts, by J.G. Crace, circa 1869-70.
oak, carved, with a female winged head, a male mask, birds, leaves and ribbons; carved by James Osmond, English 1870
Panel of a screen
Wrought iron, British, by William Letheren; 1866
Medal the Society of Arts prize; Silver English 19th cent W. Wyon and L. C. Wyon.
Medal john flaxman/pandora & mercury after flaxman
Bronze English 19th cent h.weigall 1854 art union
Panel, relief, marble, head of a boy, by W.H. Barrett, England, 1868
Earthenware slop basin. British (Stoke-on-Trent), 1846-1871. Part of a service designed by Henry Cole for the Society of Arts in 1846 and manufactured by Minton's.
Medal, Prince Albert, Society of Arts Manufactures and commerce, England, William Wyon, 1856
Perspective sketch of the Vice Chancellor's throne in the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford.
Medal, Minerva, Mercury, laurel, inscription, English, 19th century, Pidgeon.
Book cover by C. Pfänder, prize object from the Society of Arts competition, 1868
Silver basket, London, Paul de Lamerie, 1741-1742
Engraving on paper of a young girl holding a doll above her head in her right hand. A book falls to the floor beside her right foot. With title and publishing information printed below and 'Plate 43' printed above on the right of the drawing.
Council medal of the Great Exhibition of 1851, bronze, by William Wyon, Pierre Hippolyte Bonnardel and Joseph François Domard, England (London), 1851
The frame is in the form of a Gothic window, with pilasters, capitals and mouldings; there are applied mouldings of Gothic leaves, thistles, portcullises and Tudor roses; at the bottom of the frame is a crowned head with an alligator on one side and a monkey on the other. The frame is now glazed and mounted on a backboard..
Biagio Rebecca: Design drawing, possibly for a diploma or an award. 1772
Coffee cup and saucer
Tea cup and saucer