567 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Book jacket for 'No More Orchids' by Grace Perkins, published by Wright & Brown. Great Britain, 1934.
Hat or headpiece, off-white silk stiffened and with wired edges, representing large orchid. Hand-painted in green and brown.
Poster, series (1 of 3), 'Three Friends in Cold Weather - Plum Blossom', Bi Xuefeng, Shenzhen, 2004.
Plate, fritware with colours, decorated with leaves, roses and hyacinths, the outside decorated with tulips and flowers; Turkey (Iznik), 1650-1700
Print depicting 'Miss Demure', presented with the Spring Number of 'Forget-me-not', 1908
Pair of vases
Birthday postcard, image on the front depicts some purple and yellow pansies and a picture of a lake alongside a greeting, possibly published by The Regent Publishing Co. Ltd., England, postmark dated 2nd October 1944.
Watercolour entitled 'Plum Blossom' by Katharine Cameron. Scotland, ca. early 20th century.
Costume design for a Poppy Girl in an unidentified production, unsigned, c.1900
Girls party frock
Salmon pink net over rayon, with a rayon rosette trimmed with pink forget-me-nots at the wiast front; UK, 1932-35
Handle-less white bone china cup with a gilded rim, decorated with the initial 'D' in blue forget-me-nots; child's; made in the UK by W H Goss, 1905-20
Miniature sweet alyssum flowers, 'Britain's Miniature Gardening', unopened package, die cast lead and card, William Britain, English, 1930-1939
Bib for a baby
Decorated with cutwork circles and sprays of snowdrops worked in white; White lawn; British, c.1921
Crown of a babys bonnet
Circular panel of white muslin, embroidered in white with sprays of flowers resembling forget-me-nots; made in England, 1825-50
Costume worn by Pansy Chinery (1879-1969). Pansy Chinery Collection. Gift of Ralph Chinery.
Costume worn by Pansy Chinery (1879-1969) in the Variety act Ritz & Ritz. Pansy Chinery Collection. Gift of Ralph Chinery.
Autograph letter signed from Horace Lindford to Pansy Leighton (formerly Pansy Chinery), from Ditchingham. Undated. Pansy Chinery Collection. Gift of Ralph Chinery.
Autograph draft of a letter from Pansy Chinery mentioning her career as Alar the Human Arrow with The Flying Zedoras. Dated 30 July, ny. Pansy Chinery Collection. Gift of Ralph Chinery.
Illustrated letter-head writing paper used by Ritz and Ritz. Illustrated with three photographic images showing Pansy Chinery (1879-1969), one of them in her 'teeth-spinning' act. Pansy Chinery Collection. Gift of Ralph Chinery.
Childs plate made in England around about 1820
Watercolour by James Hewlett entitled 'Hollyhocks, Roses, Etc'. Great Britain, ca. 1795-1836.
Watercolour entitled 'Red and White Geraniums' by Francis Edward James. Great Britain, ca. 1870-1920.
Black and white photograph by Lee Friedlander Lee, from series 'Cherry Blossom Time in Japan', ca. 1980s
Design for a carpet, in the chinoiserie manner, showing deer and cranes in a mountainous landscape with stylised cherry blossom, ca.1920-25.
'Sloppy girl. Brook Street girl'; Poster (1 of 3) advertising the Brook Street Bureau employment service; Design contrasting a vase of withered tulips with a vase of fresh ones; Colour offset lithograph; By Paul Arden and Tim Mellors; Produced by Saatchi & Saatchi Garland Compton Ltd.; Great Britain; 1984.
'Le Myosotis'. Satirical illustration by Alfred le Petit in which Clément Thomas is shown standing in front of a mirror leaning on a sword, his body is formed from the Forget-me-not flower. Hand-coloured lithograph, France, 1871.
Leaf. Inital E with conventional floral ornament on gold ground. In margin are scrolls of conventional foliage with natural flowers, and below is a bank of forget-me-nots and a columbine. Netherlandish. Early 15th century. A duplicate number MS.156 was assigned to this object in error and was subsequently cancelled.
One of forty-one pages from a pattern book entitled 'Rough notions of Ornament based on Wild Flowers', by R. Kent Thomas
'The Herald of Spring – the Crocus, Kew Gardens'. Colour lithograph poster. Design by Albert E. Fruin. Issued by the Underground Electric Railways Co. of London, Ltd. c.1920.
Anonymous poster issued by the Underground; 'Crocus Time at Hampton Court; ca 1920; Britain; colour lithograph.
'Crocus Time At Hampton Court'. Colour lithograph poster promoting means of transport to Hampton Court. Designed by Ugo Mochi and issued by the Underground Electric Railways Co. of London, Ltd., 1923.
Castor Oil Plant (Ricinus communis L.) by an unknown Chinese artist; watercolour; about 1760-1825
Lily Converse. Parrot Tulips. Lithograph, American, mid 1930s.
Design for 'The Sunflower' wallpaper, depicting stems of sunflowers, on a pale ground with alternating blocks of vertical and horizontal lines; Watercolour and body colour, on paper; By Bruce James Talbert; Produced by Jeffrey & Co.; England; 1878.
Rita Gooday (née Andrews). Bunch of bizarre tulips tied with a ribbon. Textile design for Turnbull & Stockdale Ltd. Manchester, 1937.
Rita Gooday (née Andrews). Flower group of peonies, hops and Canterbury bells. Textile design for Turnbull & Stockdale Ltd. Manchester, 1937.
Design showing a repeat pattern of formalised fuchsia. Drawing in watercolour and body colour.
Greeting card in the form of a fan, shaped and designed as a bouquet of pansies. Lettered on the back with title, verses by Lottie Haskell and 'London: Ernest Nister 24 St. Bride Street E. C. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co. 31 West Twenty Third Street. Printed by E. Nister at Nuremberg (Bavaria)'. Colour lithograph by unknown artist
Three pressed fuchsia flowers and some leaves, attached to a piece of white paper with an embossed border. Anonymous. Pre-20th century.
Valentine. Paper-lace framing a piece of silk printed with a verse titled "Forget Me Not". English, c.1870
Flowers and Fruit from Bible Lands. Coloured lithograph. England, 1863. Saffron crocus, myrtle, sweet calamus, lentils, flax.
Japanese poster relating to viewing cherry blossom, ca. 1952
Print showing a posy of flowers. Wood-engraving by Edward Gordon Craig, 1929.
Frederick Vigers. Design for a textile with roses, carnations, pansies and tulips. British, 1909.
Frederick Vigers. Design for a textile with tulips and forget-me-nots. British, c.1910.
19thC; Anon; Black and white tinted photograph;Japan:Chrysanthemum Garden
Cushion cover of woven silk, China, 18th century
Album of Japanese watercolours, various flowers and birds including owl, duck, fish, chrysanthemum, pine and prunus, 19th century.; Pap, Japan, paintings and drawings