932 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Private view invitation, Britain, 2008.
Move 36, Lambda print on pearlescent paper by Eduardo Kac, 2005
Matchbox label for ‘Sea King Safety Matches’, Periagollapattl, India, 20th century
Bottle, clear turquoise blown glass cased with opaque white glass, 'Gulvase' type, designed by Otto Brauer, 1962, and made by Holmegaard glassworks.
August 18, Love Letters series, hand-coloured digital print by Barbara Nessim, 2003
Illustration by Erin Petson
Brooch, silver partly gilded, set with abalone, turquoise, jade and citrine, designed and made by Mary Thew, Scotland, early 20th century
Frontlet of gilt metal filigree links, set with five paste stones (in order,'turquoise' yellow, 'ruby', yellow, 'turquoise'), worn by Madame Vestris.
Necklace, silver and turquoise, Morocco, 1967-69; part of a Hippy outfit UK/USA 1969.
Turquoise chiffon sleeveless minidress, with cut out waist, worn on stage by Sandie Shaw, c.1960s
Tex, China, 1840s (Light Turquoise, Pantone 351PC)
Figure, standing image of 8-armed Avalokitesvara, gilt copper alloy, Nepal, 20th century.
Pair of earrings
Pair of earrings, silver gilt and semi-precious stones, Nepal, 19th century.
Chain (looped round wire round chain), with s-shaped clasp, pendant of rectangular silver set with paste and turquoise and set with two tiger claws. India, 20th century
A square ear ornament of silver and silver gilt decorated with an outer square band of cut turquoises, inner concentric circles are set with lapis lazuli, rock crystal and folied glass made to resemble rubies and sapphires. Central round turquoise. Lacks an ear plug attachment at back. Two silver rings attached at back to one of which is fixed an inter-linked silver chain with small ring at the centre of its length.
A square ear ornament of silver and silver gilt decorated with an outer square band of cut turquoises, Inner concentric circles are set with lapis lazuli, rock crystal and folied glass made to resemble rubies and sapphires. Central clear stone, glass or rock crystal. Tubular ear plug attachment at back.
Suite (necklace and two pairs of earrings)
White metal and imitation gems, designed by Mimi Denis for Corocraft, England 1960-64
Ice green cotton, trimmed with floral cotton print in turquoise and brown on white.
Brand: Palatine; Cotton, 1928-35
For a girl; white cotton, printed in turquoise/ orange/ yellow/ green; made in the UK, ca. 1983
For a girl: printed cotton with a powdered pattern of white eight-point stars on a turquoise ground; made by Laura Ashley in the UK, ca. 1983
For a girl: white polyester/cotton lawn printed with vertical sprays of roses in purple/blue/turquoise between narrow turquoise stripes; made in the UK, ca. 1983
Drawstring bag of nylon striped in white/ turquoise/ green/ yellow with white plastic lining; probably foreign, 1965-72; girl's
Dress for a girl
Of cotton printed with a floral design in pink/ turquoise/ green/ white/ black on cream with turquoise cotton piping; Printed cotton; British, about 1963
For a toddler: random dyed blue/ mauve/ turquoise/ white nylon yarn, British, 1971
For a child; blue/ turquoise/ black nylon jersey in a banded pattern, lined with white terylene (the hood llined with blue fur fabric), made in the UK for Marks & Spencer, 1975-80
Babys rusk tin
Exterior colouring pink and turquoise with wording 'Chu-Chus TOUGH SOLID RUSKS TO IMPROVE CHILDREN'S TEETH' in white
Maker: Bickiepegs Ltd; Steel, English, c.1940-4
Fora child: turquoise cotton jersey with flocked kite motif in stripes of red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple; probably Winfield/ Woolworth, made in the UK ca. 1983
Of white cotton printed in turquoise/ black with a design of a poodles; probably foreign, 1960-69; Cotton, white, weaving, possibly foreign, 1980-89
Marionette from the Gair Wilkinson troupe, of the Grandmother, La Nonna. Carved wooden body with hair painted grey, wearing a bodice and peplum of mustard yellow cotton patterned with turquoise and pink circles, and a turquoise, pink and black striped skirt. Stringed, with the original control bars carved with her name.
Turquoise silk blazer, worn by Noel Coward. From Coward's personal wardrobe
Carved figure of a wooden horse from a set of Punch and Judy figures, painted dapple grey on one side only, with a turquoise velvour caparison 'skirt', edged with long green fringe.
Beaker, fritware, perforated decoration at the base and interior with applied motif, under an opaque turquoise-green glaze; Iran, 17th or early 18th century.
'Easter tide'; Poster; Colour lithograph; Dated; Design by Dora M. Batty; Issued by the Underground Electric Railways Co. of London, Ltd.; Great Britain; 1934.
Met, China, vess/cont/holders, cloisonne
Goblet and lid
Head of Bodhisattva
Head of Bodhisattva, buff-coloured earthenware with yellow and turquoise-blue glazes, China, Qing dynasty, 1700-1800
Figure of Turkish girl
Cer, China, Qing, polychrome
Box and lid
Pair of vases. Cloisonné enamel on copper with gilt rims. Chinese; period of the Emperor Qianlong (1735-1796).
Doubly incurved neck. Growing chrysanthemums and other flowers, and butterflies on a turquoise ground.
Wedding fan, pink, turquoise and white feathers, partially painted, with a pink tassel, Hong Kong, 1951
Shield dhal buffalo hide with iron mounts, N W India, 18th to 19th century
Fragment of a sarong in brocaded silk kincob, Terengganu, Malaysia, 19th century
Kimono of tsumugi resist-dyed silk, Japan, ca.1950-1980