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For a doll: of green and yellow striped silk and black chiffon, made in England 1700-99
Cream-coloured tarletan mounted on silk, with hood, made in England 1860-65
Brass rubbing depicting John Asger in civil dress with mantle, and a merchant's mark and scroll, from St Laurence's Church, Norwich
Fragment of civilian in mantle, Kent, c.1410
Jules de Ban for Lucile Ltd., 1922. Design for a day cloak/mantle, hat and parasol.
Two women in mantles by Mme Brousse, and headgear by Mlle Pieters and Lemonnier. Hand-coloured engraving from the Journal des Dames et des Modes, 1837.
Front and back views of a day dress, bonnet and lace mantle by Mme Oudot-Manoury. Hand-coloured engraving from Le Miroir des Dames, 1836.
Women's day dresses, with mantle by Mlle Baudrimont, Paris, and reticule by Boivin. Hand-coloured engraving from Le Miroir des Dames, 1836.
Heloïse Leloir and Louis Berlier. Women's day dresses, bonnets and mantles. Hand-coloured engraving from L'Iris - Journal de Mode et d'Arts, Paris, 1854.
Laure Noël. Two women's day dresses and mantles by Madame Weiss, Vienna. Hand-coloured engraving from L'Iris - Journal de Mode et d'Arts, Paris, 1855
Two women's dresses. Front and back views of a mantle by Mme Pollet, Paris, and bonnets by Mlle Flogny. Hand-coloured engraving from Le Follet. Paris, early 1830s
Duboulos and Gatine. Two day dresses, mantles and bonnets by Popelin-Ducarre. Journal Spécial des Nouveautés, December 1841
Fashion plate showing a hat and mantle for women, from 'La Belle Assemblée'. Hand-coloured etching, Britain, 1814.
“That Aint The Comet Guv`nor, That's a Voelker Mantle Your Looking At”. Colour lithograph poster advertising gas mantles. Designed by John Hassall. Great Britain. 1910.
'Veritas Mantles and Burners. British Made. “Gosh! Them Veritas beat all!”'. Colour lithograph poster advertising a brand of gas mantels. Designed by John Hassall. Great Britain. ca.1920.
Jeanne Paquin, Hiver 1911. Unusual mantle or cloak with black fur body, sheer lace kimono sleeves over brown fur cuffs, and lace collar.
1 of 157 fashion designs for Winter, 1911.
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1913. Mantle with cocoon sleeves in two shades of brown.
1 of 61 untitled fashion designs for Summer, 1913.
Jeanne Paquin, Été 1914. Jade green mantle, asymmetrically draped, sleeveless.
1 of 48 fashion designs for Summer, 1914.
Mantle of wool and marten fur, Great Britain, ca. 1890.
Mantle of tussore silk and lace, England, ca. 1885
Mantle of wool, England, ca. 1890
Mantle, machine embroidered net, England, ca. 1905
Mantle of silk and beadwork, trimmed with lace, retailed by Dickins & Jones, England, ca. 1873
Triangular mantle, England, 1863
Ladies mantle of brocaded silk, possibly made in England, ca. 1855.
Mantle made of shot silk and velvet, probably made in England, ca. 1850
Satin mantle edged with velvet and embroidered in silks, England, ca. 1830
Embroidered picture, England, ca. 1830 - ca. 1869
Portrait of Christ, terracotta, Italian, 16th cent
Statuette, painted limewood, The Virgin Seated, probably by a follower of Hans Wydyz, Germany, ca. 1520
St susanna after francois dugesnoy; Terracotta Italian (Roman) 17c first quarter
St Anne and the Virgin; Wood French? 17th century
Fragment of clear glass painted in brown/black pigment and silver stain showing part of the fur robe and overlying mantle of St. James the Great. The robe is seme with whelk shells. English, 15th century.
Part of a composite panel consisting of C.327, 353, 367-1915, C.89-1950, C.52-1960, C.144-1963, C.75-76-1966 and two unidentified fragments.
Statuette, Virgin and Child; Wood painted and gilded Spanish 19th century
Virgin and Child; Wood South Netherlandish, 16th century
Limewodd statue of a female saint, St Anne, English, late 14th - early 15th century
Mantle of double thickness crêpe de Chine, probably designed by Madeleine Vionnet, France, 1928
Plaquette, bronze, made by an unknown artist in North Italy, late 15th or early 16th century
Statuette, St John the Evangelist, St Joseph of Arimathea, Germany, ca. 1450.
Relief, ivory, The Virgin and Child with Angels, Flanders, last half of 15th century
Black and white photograph of an elderly couple in their home. The woman, who wears a black hat, is seated at a table while her husband stands behind. There is a vase and clock on the mantle on the sideboard in the background; two framed pictures on the wall.
Mantle of printed silk velvet, designed by Maria Monaci Gallenga, Florence, Italy, ca. 1922
Kesa, Buddhist priests mantle
Textile, mantle (Putkuli) of tapestry-woven and hand-embroidered cotton, Udagamandalam, 20th century.
Circular white metal badge, with vertical pin on the back, covered at the front with decorated plastic.The image is of the Annunciation with the angel Gabriel on the left in a pink robe with green mantle and holding a spray of lilies in his right hand. The head and shoulders of the Virgin Mary can be seen in the lower right; she is kneeling by a green covered table. She is wearing a green robe and red mantle which coveres her hair. golden rays from the Holy Spirit fall onto the virgin's head. There are three words in Greek across the upper part of the badge.
Circular badge with a vertical pin on the back. It is white metal with a decorated plastic coating on the front: this depicts two male saints of the Orthodox church: the one on the left has a green robe and red mantle and the one on the right has a green and pink robe with blue mantle. Between are two Greek words: 'Saints' and ' ?'.