1673 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Nine drop-shaped pearl and diamond panels
[Drop 2] Drop-shaped pearl and diamond panel
[Drop 3] Drop-shaped pearl and diamond panel
[Drop 4] Drop-shaped pearl and diamond panel
[Drop 6] Drop-shaped pearl and diamond panel
[Drop 7] Drop-shaped pearl and diamond panel
Panels, miscellaneous items and case
Eleven pearl and diamond panels, three diamond and turquoise pendants, fittings and screwdriver, and case
[Panel 1] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 2] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 3] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 4] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 5] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 6] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 7] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 8] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 9] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 10] Pearl and diamond panel
[Panel 11] Pearl and diamond panel
[Miscellaneous 1] Turquoise and diamond pendant
[Miscellaneous 2] Turquoise and diamond pendant
[Miscellaneous 3] Turquoise and diamond pendant
[Miscellaneous 4] Gold ring with empty bezel
[Miscellaneous 5] Gold suspension hook
[Miscellaneous 6] Gold suspension hook
[Miscellaneous 7] Screwdriver with two prongs
[Miscellaneous 8] Gold catch for brooch pin attached to tongue
[Miscellaneous 9] Gold brooch pin attached to tongue
[Case] Brown leather case stamped 'PEARLS'
Necklace and case
Pearl and diamond necklace with seven pearl drops with leather case
[Necklace] Pearl and diamond necklace
Book jacket for 'Told out of School' by A. B. Shiffrin. Great Britain, 1939.
Necklace of oxidised silver, freshwater pearls and nylon, designed and made by Sam Tho Duong, Germany, 2011
Sculpture, 'Busy Signal', hand built high-fired black earthenware and wooden framework made of joined timber with affixed carved branches, made by Nao Matsunaga, London, 2012
Boxed wooden jig doll made in Switzerland by Naef in 1975
Enamelled gold cross set with emeralds, pink sapphires, and pearls, London, 1819
Gold necklace set with diamonds, cultured pearls and amber, designed and made by Gerda Flöckinger, England 1988.
Steel corkscrew with an incised mother-of-pearl handle, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Portrait of Mr Sawford as Mark Ingestrie in The String of Pearls, possibly at the Bower Saloon, mid 19th century.
Gold and silver ring set with citrines and pearls, made by Bernard Instone, Birmingham, ca. 1925-35
Stage costume by Mr Pearl for a male dancer in Matthew and Diana on Manoeuvres by Matthew Hawkins, 1994.
Stage costume by Mr Pearl for a male Orchid in Percy Circus by Matthew Hawkins, 1988.
Stage costume by Mr Pearl for the Immune System in a production by Matthew Hawkins, 1987.
Stage costume by Mr Pearl for a Germ in a production by Matthew Hawkins, 1987.
Nickel nail file and cleaner with an incised mother-of-pearl handle, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Stage costume by Mr Pearl for Fresh Dances for the Late Tchaikovsky by Matthew Hawkins, 1993.
Pair of shoes
Tulle wedding veil edged with a strand of silver thread on three sides, and row of pearls at the fourth.
Necklace, Zandra Rhodes, Great Britain, early 1983
Steel tweezers with a mother-of-pearl handle, Parkins and Gotto, England, 1892
Lithograph print coloured by hand. Portrait of Miss Paton as Cinderella. the subject is wearing a turban, earrings, pearl neclaces and hands clasped. Harry Beard Collection.
Pair of earrings
Pair of earrings, silver gilt and semi-precious stones, Nepal, 19th century.
Bug builder, by IQ Science distributed in UK by VTech. motorised toy, battery operated. Made in China in 2004
Cloth/ rag doll representing a woman in a black dress with pearl necklace and earrings, made in France, ca. 1925
Cloth doll representing an Indian adult male in white and red garments with faux pearl jewellery; India, 1930-39
Cloth doll representing an Indian adult male in white pink/ blue and red garments with faux pearl jewellery; India, 1930-39
Rattle & teething ring
Silver body (Birmingham town mark) showing Puss in Boots; celluloiod teething ring at upper end and mother-of-pearl teething stick at lower; baby's; English; 1916
Heart-shaped silver body (hung with bells), with celluloid teething ring at upper end and mother-of-pearl teething stick at lower; made in England by Crisford & Norris, Birmingham hallmark, 1910
Rattle in the shape of a cat with a bow at its neck and two bells on its base, hanging from a mother-of-pearl teething ring
Maker: W Vale & Sons; Silver, Birmingham hallmark, English, 1914
Mother of pearl, gold bands, English, 1800-1825
Gilded metal, initial 'E', set with seed pearls (owned by Ellen, Emma, Elizabeth and Emily in turn); English, 1875-1899
Costume for ?Court Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Princess Ida, designed by James Wade. 'Crown' of clear acetate, with bands at the sides rising high at the front and lower at the back into high graduated curving spikes, their edges softened by white 'feather' painting, and set with silver faceted beads and large decorative studs. From the sides hang four graduated rows of iridescent pearls.
Costume for Aesthetic Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Patience, designed by George Sheringham, Savoy Theatre, 1929. Headband of green felt with large triangular extensions at either end, set with flowers in off-white and occasional yellow felt with gold lame centres, along the band tiny flowers of off-white felt with yellow and small bead centres. Foliage on the extensions is of off-white felt one with a centre spine of pearls and crystal beads.
Costume for Aesthetic Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Patience, designed by George Sheringham, Savoy Theatre, 1929. Headband of red-orange felt set at centre front with two domed shapes in padded red-orange felt, and to sides with circles of off-white felt set with flowers in red-orange felt and two flowers in red-orange and off-white felt and a pearl and bead flower.
Costume for Aesthetic Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Patience, designed by George Sheringham, Savoy Theatre, 1929. Headband of gold lame set with flowers in red, grey and off-white felt and maroon satin with foliage of green felt. Decorated with shells, beads and pearls.
Costume for Aesthetic Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Patience, designed by George Sheringham, Savoy Theatre, 1929. Headband of off-white felt with high domed extensions to side, set with flowers in off-white, green, orange and mauve and gold lame, with foliage of green felt. Decorated with beads and pearls.
Costume for Melissa in Arthur Sullivan's opera Princess Ida, designed by James Wade. Baroque gilded stiffened mounts shaped and set with gold sequins, gold pearls, gold shell sequins and gold beads.
Small clear plastic box containing 31 pearl and pink pearl topped pins, part of the dressing room equipment used by Alicia Markova on tour, exhibited in Slap!: The Art of Theatrical Makeup, 1990
Costume for the Queen Mother Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov's Swan Lake, designed by Ann Church, worn by Joyce Graeme. Necklace, band of black and cream velvet embroidered with silver sequins and artificial pearls with a rose coloured glass stone.
Costume for a Court Lady in Arthur Sullivan's opera Princess Ida, designed by James Wade. Acetate headdress in stylized foliage scrolls curving upwards around the head instyle of laurel wreath. Acetate painted with broad silver outlines and trimmed with pink leaves and flower studs and pearls.
Dress worn by Sarah Bernhardt for recitals. Full length, long sleeved dress in cream silk chiffon woven with alternate bands of two and four stranded white silk. Squared front neck is edged with a broad band of small pearls in scroll and fleur de lys design, with simulated pearl brooch on either shoulder.
Costume from unidentified cabaret production. Bra and g-string completely covered with white sequins and trimmed with pink beads and pearls.
Silver filigree cross with imitation pearls on an imitation pearl string, worn by Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies as 'Queen Katharine of Aragon' in 'Henry VIII' at the Old Vic Theatre, 6 May 1953
Single large cascade 'pearl' stage earring from silver dome setting with irridescent plastic leaves, designed and made by Hugh Skillen
Large Elizabethan style stage 'pearl' and 'gold' braid pendant, lozenge shaped with a single large central pearl stud, designed and made by Hugh Skillen
Copper tulip-shaped token with hole for suspension, for the Vauxhall Gardens, Obv; within a border of scrolls and leaves, with a scallop-shell at the bottom, Arion playing a harp rides on the back of a dolphin in the sea, Rev; 'Mr Henstridge 399'
Little girl's ankle-length dress of white charmeuse with yellow crepe insertions and seed pearl embroidery; said to be by Liberty ca. 1900
Worn by donor for golden wedding celebrations of her grandparents, Mr & Mrs Thomas Pearson.
Necklace with cross, silver, amethyst and seed pearls, worn by Ernest Milton as Hamlet at the Old Vic, 25 April 1925.
Anonymous enamel portrait miniature depicting a lady in a green dress. French, 17th century.
Studio of Charles Christofle - Album containing designs for jewellery, principally of gold enriched with pearls and precious stones. French School
Portrait miniature of a lady wearing a pearl necklace by George Engleheart (1750-1829). Great Britain.
Anonymous eye miniature. Almond shaped frame edged with approx 48 tiny seed pearls. The iris is brown, the eye is the sitter's left eye. The eye is enveloped by clouds.
Anonymous tissue stereograph depicting a woman wearing a tiara, pearls and a fan, ca. mid to late 19th century.
Anon. Portrait of a man with a microscope and seashells, 19thC
Stereoscopic photograph depicting a portrait of a man with microscope, coral and seashells. 19th century.
Paul Birckenhultz (after), one from a series of six plates, including title plate, showing designs for pendants with initial letters. German, c. 1600.