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Case and chain
Silver drum-shaped case decorated with coloured enamels on a long silver chain, Cyprus, 1800-1900
Cast silver clasp in openwork rayed design, Europe, 19th or 20th century.
A woman's coif of linen, 1600-1625, Italian; Linen cutwork & insertions, Genoese bobbin lace edging
Woman's coif of linen, England, ca. 1610 - ca. 1920
Woman's coif of linen, 1590-1610, British; embroidered in blackwork with silver-gilt thread, in a pattern of leaves & flowers
Woman's coif of embroidered linen with silk, silver and silver-gilt threads, England, 1575-1625
Panel the virgin with the dead christ
Alabaster English 15c
A woman's coif of linen, 1575-1624, English; Embroidered coloured silks, metal thread, spangles
A woman's coif of linen, 1575-1600, English; Blackwork with silver gilt thread
Matzel; 'Starkt Die Rote Welle-Dierettung Des Weltproletariats Und Wahlet, Kommunistisch'; 'Strengthen the Red Wave.....'; Austria
Flange and well are plain with moulded overlapping scales. There is a slight upturn to the rim probably shaped on the wheel. An eleven-bracket frame encloses a delicately painted if whimsical vase composition. The upper half consists of three veined Kraak flowers with leaves, a long box and possibly three round bottles. They all fit into the narrow striped neck of a flattened vase. Elongated pearls frame its body which is painted with flames. The base is made up of three cash shapes from which emerges a root system. Additional jewelled tassels and ribbons fill the rest of the space. The outside is plain except for a band of ten reciprocal half flowers and S-knotted scrolls above the base ring. The mark is illegible.
Necklace of tortoiseshell beads inlaid with gold, Western Europe, 19th century.
Gold, shell and hardstone, Berlin, ca.1790
Gold case for carrying cards; Europe, possibly Switzerland, ca.1875-1900
Teapot and lid, thrown and altered porcelain with white crackle glaze and wire handle, by Edmund de Waal, 1996