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Unfinished panel of needlework, partially embroidered with wool and silk threads, in tent stitch, on linen canvas, France (probably), ca.1720-50
Stereograph from the International Exhibition of 1862 depicting 'The Sevres China, from the Imperial Manufactory in the French Court', by the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company. Great Britain, 1862.
Print depicting Monsieur, Philippes de France, Duc d'Orleans by Henri Bonnart II, 1676-1698
Jean-Charles Worth. 1770s-style costume design for a fancy dress ball or theatre production. Paris, 1920s.
Cabinet on stand
Guitar, rosewood with ivory stringing, French, 1690-1710
Pale blue and light buff silk overdress and petticoat embroidered with silver thread, spangles and pastes, high waisted with a short train , cut straight in front and open wide to reveal the underskirt (embroidered to match). The dress has been shortened and the upper part of the underskirt renewed (alterations before 1910).
Furnishing fabric of plate-printed cotton, France, 1815-1820
Pair of busts
Drawing in pencil of a woman at a masqued ball, by Wilfrid R. Addey; British, 20th century
Secretaire (Secrétaire à abattant)
Coffee pot and cover
Tray, on oval foot with moulded vertical rim, made in Italy, tin-glazed earthenware
Jug with lid
Enamel miniature on copper of Charles-Claude de la Billarderie, Comte d'Angiviller, in an ormolu frame, England, ca.1779, by Jean-Baptiste Weyler.
A rectangular, porcelain snuffbox with gilt brass mounts, the walls, cover and base painted in green enamel over a diaper pattern with scrollwork cartouches enclosing scenes of lovers in landscapes.
Rectangular gold double snuffbox, engine-turned overall with undulating ribbons over a reeded ground, Jean Ducrollay, Paris 1754-55.
Box (carré de toilette)
Interior view of the Great Exhibition - 'Part of the French Court, No. 2', after a watercolour by John Absolon, 1851
Interior view of the Great Exhibition - 'Part of the French Court, no. 1 (Sevres)', after a watercolour by Walter Goodall, 1851
Two panels from a diptych or triptych
Two rectangular copper panels painted in polychrome enamels and with translucent enamels over foil, and with gilding. Depicting the Archangel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary, an Annunciation scene, France, Limoges, ca.1500-10
Cup and saucer
Toilet pot or tobacco jar
Francis I, agate cameo, probably by Matteo del Nassaro, France, 1520-45
Skirted vest with sleeves
Costume designed by David Walker as recreation of Valour, worn by Le Duc de Joyeuse in the ballet 'Ballet Royal de la Nuit' (1653) worn by Anthony Molyneux and Douglas Vardon and used in the production 'The Twelfth Rose', Ballet For All, Swan Theatre, Worcester, 1969
Recreation of the costume worn by the Duke of York as Victory in the ballet 'Ballet Royal de la Nuit' (1653) worn by Oliver Symons and used in the production 'The Twelfth Rose', Ballet For All, Swan Theatre, Worcester, 1969
Recreation of the costume worn by Louis XIV as Apollo in Ballet Royal de la nuit (1653) used in the production The Twelfth Rose, Ballet For All, Swan Theatre, Worcester, 1969. Designed by David Walker