1437 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
from the 'Damascus Room'; Syrian, 1756-7, wood inlaid with mother-of-pearl, ivory
rocking chaise longue
Cutter bit, to be attached to a profile cutter for buttons and inserted into a pillar drill, steel, 1940s, British
Profile cutter for buttons, to be inserted into a pillar drill, steel, 1940s, British
Triangular armchair of turned ash with oak seat
Carved wooden chair leg with broken tenons at the top
Doorway with two attached capitals and arch moulding. The moulding includes a deeply undercut band of vine tendrils. Plaster cast of a 14th century original.
Gilt metal nail file with a tortoiseshell handle, made by Asprey plc, London, ca. 1950
Toy battleship, wood, some covered with lithographed paper, with cord and wire, the 'U.S.S. Philadelphia', manufactured by the R. Bliss Manufacturing Company, U.S.A., ca. 1890.
Batten, probably Peru, before 1533.
Tool for machine-cutting rollers, 20th century.
Mosaic tabletop, black slate with inlaid marble specimens and pictures of Rome, circular, Rome, 19thc
Panel of oak, carved with formal scrolling foliage, bunches of grapes and trailing ivy
Black marble table top inlaid with flowers, designed by Bosi, Italian, 19th century
Wooden toy in eight pieces made in Denmark in the 1960's, painted and varnished in the stylised form of a the form of a soldier (guardsman) in blue trousers, red tunic and black bearskin hat.
miniature writing table; Oak with walnut veneer, English, 1640-1699
For a doll: bentwood and canework, said to be based on chair no 56 by Michael Thonet; English, 19th century
Model gypsy caravan, varnished plywood with wood slats and decorated with veneer, brass studs and red-painted detail, British, 1964
Front leg for a settle
For a baby: white lawn decorated with cutwork and emboidery incorporating closed ogee shapes, Anglo-Indian, 1914c
Boy scouts woggle (unfinished)
Hollowed block of wood marked out in pencil for carving or cutting; Wood, British, 1962-68
Varnished and painted walnut gaming board with brass fittings and marquetry of ebony and ivory made in England about 1810
Casr iron fire grate for a dolls' house made in England in the early nineteenth century
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Secretaire, marquetry, with ormolu mounts, French (Louis XVI)
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon. Commode, marquetry, chased mounts, French (Louis XVI)
Album, Objects from the Hamilton Palace Collection, Scotland; Anon, Cabinet, agate, jasper, onyx inlay, ormolu mounts, Italy, 16thC
Circular design by C.P. Slocombe
Design drawing of a small screw-cutting lathe with moveable headstock, submitted for examination at a polytechnic school, by P. Gosserez, 1875
Design drawing of a large nut and bolt, submitted for examination at the Ecole Polytechnique. Anonymous, ca. 1850.
Design for a cabinet
Roger Fry. Design for a marquetry and lacquer cabinet with giraffe designs for the Omega Workshop. London, c.1913
Pin and screws
Pin and screws for joining woodblocks together ( for wood engraving).
Pin and screw for joining wood blocks together (for wood engraving)
Design by Pugin
Hualiwood armchair, Ming dynsasty (1366-1644)
Measured drawings of old wood-work in Cornish Churches, carved oak bench-ends and panels, with details of mouldings, and a carved clate mermorial tablet, by Newton Penprase, 19th C
A design for a rococo overmantel in pen, ink, wash and pencil on paper, Chippendale.
A design for a cabinet and wall mirror in two halves, in pen and ink and wash, Chippendale.
A design for a commode and wall mirror in pen, ink and wash on paper, Chippendale.
A double design for a cabinet, only half drawn-in; pen, ink and pencil on paper; Chippendale.
A design for a china cabinet in pen, ink and wash, Chippendale.
Two commode designs in pen, ink and wash on paper, Chippendale.
Design for a bedstead
William Burges. Design for a carved and painted bed stead. English, ca. 1855 - 1881.
Full-sized design (on 3 sheets joined) for a textile pattern with two alternating leaf shapes, one filled with the motif of a pineapple and with bell-shaped flowers on the outer edge of the leaf shape, and the other filled with the motif of a bunch of bell-shaped flowers. The two shapes are joined by ogee stems.
Full-size design for a wallpaper, probably unexecuted, with a continuous vertical pattern of a stylised bell-shaped flower which has a frill of pointed petals on an ogee stem with a thick group of ogee leaves with a pointed outline.
Full-size design, incomplete, probably for a textile, with a swirling pattern of ogee stems, leaves, acorns and pine-cones.
Shaped piece of wood, used in printing.
Full-size design for a chalice: a profile, and a plan of base. It has a flaring straight-sided bowl bearing a crocketed and ogee headed gothic canopy, with panelled tracery and a frieze above to the rim of the cup. Under the canopy, on a foliage corbel stand statuettes of saints, probably the 12 Apostles. the statuettes are divided by columns which rise into a vault to the canopy, and their bases on the rounded bottom of the cup join an arcade of intersecting pointed arches. The stem is hexagonal, with gothic panelling. It has a large swelling of foliage where it joins the bowl and a small one where it joins the base. The knop consists of a complicated knot of entwined threads. The base is hexagonal with an ogee profile, the hexagonal panels decorated with traceried motifs, the largest of which is shaped quatrefoil, one of which contains the Sacred Monogram with rays, the other five floral motifs.
Full-size design for a flagon: a profile. It has an octagonal drum with an ogee splayed base, and an ogee lid terminating in a finial. The handle is in the form of a scroll with ornamental knots which divides into two tight coils at either end, the topmost one forming the thumbpiece. The piece is decorated with traceried motifs, the drum bearing a crocket and ogee-headed gothic arcade with panelled tracery and narrow frieze to crested rim of the flagon. The cups of the arches project slightly and the design is identical to that of the chalice (E.751-1925)
A design for a sofa; John Linnell.
Unknown. Wooden corner support for a wood-engraving. English, c.1880
Plan of framing at the top, plan of framing at bottom and elevations of an octagonal table and two full-size details of moulding. The table has four legs with arched braces meeting between the legs. The spandrels between the legs and braces are filled with carving. there are diagonal stretches and stretchers in the form of a square. Scale 1 in. to 1 ft. and full-size.
Anonymous poster advertising Rowlian Wood Inlay Decorative Panels'; ca 1920; Britain; lithograph.
Piece of moulding
Piece of moulding, wood, used by George Cruikshank