181 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Bone Chaise, designed by Joris Laarman, 2006, Polyurethan-based resin, Edition 12 of 12
Enamelled gold cross set with emeralds, pink sapphires, and pearls, London, 1819
Opella 500 series taps, designed by Martyn Rowlands and manufactured by IMI Developments Ltd.
Pic slide rule, designed by company's design staff with Norman Stevenson and manufactured by A G Thornton.
Hors doeuvre tray
Trays and hors d'oeuvre dishes,designed by Noel Lefebvre, manufactured by Xlon Products.
Screen-printed perspex and base metal pendant necklace 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Pair of earrings
Pair of screen-printed perspex and base metal earrings 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Screen-printed perspex and base metal brooch 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Model for 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces exhibition, 'The Glade', by Sutherland Hussey, Edinburgh, 2009.
Lemon-coloured acrylic polyester, Vedonis brand, made in England, 1980-83
Clear borosilicate glass, Pyrex brand made in Canada by Corning, ca. 1950
Bridget Riley, Untitled, 1965. Screenprint under perspex
Cabinet, 'Cabinet de Curiosité' (Cabinet of Curiosities), by Shiro Kuramata, No 16 of an edition of 40, manufactured by Ishimaru Co Ltd., Tokyo, 1989, coloured perspex acrylic
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part one of installation piece, two gelatin silver prints and fabric between perspex.
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part two of installation piece, two gelatin silver prints and fabric between perspex.
Zarina Bhimji, 'She'd Love to Breathe - Pure Silence', 1987. Part four of installation piece, latex gloves and fabric between perspex.
Dyeline print depicting working drawings for a Pyrex casserole dish and cover, designed by J. D. Cochrane & Co., at the Wear Glass Works, Sunderland. Great Britain, 1953.
Jewellery, gold gems
Gold ring set with a cabochon sapphire
Sample card of 'WeSpa' spangles, possibly made by Arthur Weil Ltd., Great Britain, 1940-1960
Screen-printed acrylic perspex and base metal brooch 'Optik Art Jewellery', designed by Wendy Ramshaw and David Watkins, London, 1963-1965
Wide-brimmed hat of cellophane straw, designed by Christian Dior, Paris, 1947-1953
Waistcoat, plastic and perspex, Anela Takac, Great Britain, 1994.
Brooch in the form of a flag with a border of rubies, a field of diamonds and a central star of sapphires. United States, 1940-5.
Blue perspex mount for the demonstration model of the making of a finger ring by Len Wilcox.
Card of buttons
Card of 24 casein, acetate and perspex buttons, John Templeton (Buttons) Ltd., Great Britain, 1930s
Pyrex casserole, press moulded heat-resistant borosilicate, made by James A Jobling & Co. Ltd (Wear Glass Works), Sunderland, about 1928-34
Oven dish and cover
Pyroflam oven dish and cover, the dish heat-shock proof glass-ceramic, the cover heat-resistant, designed by the London group Queensberry Hunt design partnership, for Corning (France), Bagneaux, 1985-90
Pyrex rolling pin, drawn glass with cork and plastic, made by James A Jobling & Co. Ltd (Wear Glassworks), Sunderland, first made about 1958
'Hobnob' drinking glass, mould-blown soda lime glass, made by Ravenhead Company Ltd, Britain, 1965
'Orlak' casserole, pressed heat-resistant borosilicate, designed by Harold Stabler for Chance Bros, Smethwick, about 1931-34
Pyrex 'Flameware' teapot, mould-blown aluminosilicate glass and press-moulded borosilicate glass with stainless steel, made by Corning Incorp., Corning, around 1953-1977
Casserole and cover
Pyrex casserole and cover, pressed heat-resistant glass, made by Wear Glass Works, Sunderland, about 1945-9
Screenprint on black perspex, 'Intervals, S, Two', by Jürgen Lit Fischer, 1985
Sample of dress fabric, machine knitted polyester and acrylic-elastane blend, by Johanne Price, Great Britain, 1993.
Designs (10) for the interior decoration of London: Heathrow Airport Terminal 4.
General Description: Invitation to the Private View of the Plastics Exhibition organised by the Victoria and Albert Museum and the department store Liberty and sponsored by the European Vinyl Corporation and others. Held in the V&A 14 February - 24 April 1990. Lettered with the initials and phone number of the manufacturers Newton Abbott Plastics.
Pair of shoes
Pair of slubbed silk shoes trimmed with diamanté-studded Perspex, designed by Charles Joudan, France, 1966
Ring of gold, diamonds and sapphire, Germany ca. 1975.
Enamelled, champlevé, engraved gold, set with diamonds, mirror and plaited hair under glass, London, ca.1780
Gold, with cabochon sapphires, England, about 1935; Mappin & Webb
Brooch of platinum, white gold, baguette- and brilliant-cut diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emerald. Made by Ostertag in Paris, 1927-1940
Brooch of platinum and gold set with baguette- and brilliant-cut diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and rubies.
Pendant of platinum and enamelled gold set with brilliant-cut diamonds, carved sapphires, stained chalcedony and jadeite and hung from a ribbon, made by Janesich in France, Paris, about 1925
Bracelet of platinum set with diamonds and sapphires, made by Oscar Heyman & Bros, New York, about 1925.
Handbag made of lucite, made by Rialto, New York, 1950s
Watch-bracelet of gold set with diamonds and sapphires, about 1950, Western Europe
Gold and platinum brooch in the form of a bird of paradise, set with yellow and colourless diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires, France, 1940-50.
Brooch of partially gilded silver, moonstones and sapphires, designed and made by Edward Everett Oakes, USA, Boston, about 1915-30
Pair of gold earrings set with diamonds and sapphires, made by Tiffany & Co., USA, New York, 1940-50.
Brooch in the form of the form of the United States flag; platinum, diamonds, rubies and sapphires; USA, 1940-5.
Folding chair, steel and Perspex, designed by Peter and Alison Smithson, 1956
Gold and sapphires brooch, Paris, about 1967, Chaumet
Gold and sapphires, England, London, 1960-1
Gold and sapphires, France, Paris, about 1963; Boucheron
Electroplate and ebony teapot with perspex lid, designed by Oscar Tusquets for Alessi, made 1983.
Louis Ghost armchair, designed by Philippe Starck, 2002, manufactured by Kartell, Italy, 2007, injection moulded clear polycarbonate
Clear plastic belt with lucite elephant buckles, designed by José Cotel, Paris, 1980s
Sample swatch 'Coconut' of woven polyester with a random spotting of acrylic resin, NUNO Corporation, Japan, 1997
Gold necklace with enamelled pendant, pearls and sapphires, probably designed and made by Nelson Ethelred Dawson, with enamel panel by Edith Dawson; London, about 1900
Gold ring, with five flattened wire hoops set with garnets and sapphires, one inscribed E V M E in reverse, Greco-Roman, 2nd century
Gold ring, the high pierced beaker-shaped bezel set with a sapphire, with a subsidiary tube-shaped mount for a stone (missing), Merovingian, 6th to 7th century